A couple years ago I heard a lot about authenticity in blogging with the implication that not sharing everything is always deceptive. I really appreciated this simple post addressing these issues.
Another way people talk about this issue is "being vulnerable." Here is an article on vulnerability from a Christian perspective. Authenticity and holiness.
And, sorry, not sorry, some laughs. I must throw in this bit of humor about our absurdly selfish and shallow emotional age. Here is an outrage app. And for when you've about had it when a condescending celebrity of any sort self-righteously, insincerely preaches his or her opinion to his or her echo-chamber.
Labels: Morals & Moralizing & all that Jazz