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aaliyah.perez
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I attended Catholic Schools throughout my childhood, and my faith was further fostered by the wonderful culture at St. Mary's Catholic Student Center, where I was active in the Music ministry as a member of the Women's Chorus. I graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Humanities, majoring in Theology. My entire family is very active in the local Church and community and has served on the Pastoral Council, multiple ACTS Retreat teams, and as adult leaders for the Confirmation Retreat at the parish for the past 7 years. I joined the eCatholic team in 2015 to help launch, promote, and support eCatholic's new online donations and payments platform - eCatholic Payments.
How to Balance Spirituality and Social Media
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Nowadays, finding balance in everything is a challenge. I believe that you have to create it if you want it.
How to balance spirituality and social media? Is it easy or hard for you?
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I find it difficult, ego brain tends to conjure up draining feelings and emotions, that take some energy to shrug off. In order to center once again, old memories of no use tend to come up once in a while as well.
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It's easier to maintain balance when your childhood existed before Social Media took hold.
Deleting most of my social media was one of the best gifts I’ve ever given myself.
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It's quite hard because my work depends heavily on social media...
It is an important discussion. Thank you for bringing it up!
The less I look at social media throughout the day the happier I seem to be. Also it's good to clear out your following lists constantly, unfollow any accounts that don't resonate with you and don't motivate you, your feed is in your control.
I believe social media is a powerful tool for those who are unawakened but once your making your way up the mountain it may be time to put it away and rely on yourself.
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I believe social media is a powerful tool for those who are unawakened but once your making your way up the mountain it may be time to put it away and rely on yourself.
If you look in the right places, there is much out there.
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I believe social media is a powerful tool for those who are unawakened but once your making your way up the mountain it may be time to put it away and rely on yourself.
I agree with this. I think you can find some great stuff on YouTube, but the internet has changed a lot in the last 4 years. It isn't what it used to be. It's changed in good ways and bad. However, to me some many things I used to like are gone.
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