“After a Backspace comes a lie”. This is not always true, but in many cases it is. As humans, we always ask that people tell things as they are. But… we are never prepared for the truth. Half the time, it’s not their fault that they told the truth. It’s our fault that we can’t handle the truth. This situation has created people with layers and layers of skewed information to hide facts.
When your emotions are running high, by every means please don’t type at all. But once you’re in a calm state, and feel the need to express something, by every means do (with sense).
Backspacing also causes Super Heroes to dim their lights for fear of being viewed as arrogant. Personally, I’ve had situations where I would find myself hitting backspace because I thought that I was sharing too much positive information that could be misconstrued. I did this for a long time until I realised that I was shortchanging the world from seeing the beauty of life, and the positivity that can come out of it. Sometimes all you need is that 1 person that your sharing motivates or inspires. So, STOP….BACKSPACING. If we don’t like it, we’ll unfollow you.