Torah Perspective on Facebook – CLICK TO COMMENT

By Gabriel Bildirici When you log on to any social media, you waste time on trying to keep up with the whole world rather than building and growing relationships. Real friends will be there for you if you need help. Noone posts on Facebook what’s real. As a result everyone thinks you are someone who you aren’t. It doesn’t matter if you don’t have a lot of followers, as long as you have your friends.

This story was published in the Bar Mitzvah Magazine


  1. raphael ammar says:

    true its not the outside its the inside that matters

  2. Denise Bildirici says:

    Gabe nice. I totally agree with you. Focus on your real friends not your fake ones.

  3. intresting
    whats the message

  4. It’s true. These small connections you have from social networking sites such as Instagram or twitter can not compare to a true friend who will always have your back.

  5. eddie catton says:

    This is a great paragraph gabe. i truly agree with you. followers are not real friends.

  6. real friends are important

  7. i enjoy the message

  8. Daniel Bildirici says:

    It’s not about the outside it’s about the inside

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