Latest Articles by DAVID JEREMIAH
Jul 16, 2014
EL CAJON, Calif. (BP)—A century ago, the average person’s social network probably consisted of less than 50 family, neighbors, church members and co-workers.
Today, your social network can consist of hundreds, even thousands, of people. They can live anywhere in the world, speak a different native language and be of a different religion. The only thread that ties you together is a similar interest in, well, anything—or nothing at all! Your network might consist of “friends”—a friend of a friend of a friend, as well as people who actually are your close friends. You rarely communicate face-to-face; you do it all digitally via social networking sites.
Sep 29, 2010
EL CAJON, Calif. (BP)—While many look to the government, material possessions, drugs or pleasure, they quickly find that these only lead to temporary distractions on a lifelong quest for happiness.