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Do people reveal their true Identity on social Media?

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Of course they do, people do reveal their true Identity on Social Media. If you think, identity is just the name, age, sex, location and pictures then you are wrong because most of the online Social Media Sites share the same. Then what is identity? i.e., true identity, it is beyond those names, age, sex, location and pictures. ‘Beauty is skin deep, Identity is name deep?’ No, it is more than that, it is the thoughts behind your words, and the true heart behind it reveals your true identity.


'Our true reality is in our identity and unity with all life ~ Joseph Campbell'

'Committing yourself is a way of finding out who you are. A man finds his identity by identifying who he is to his heart ~ Author Unknown'


My thoughts right from my heart (true identity)

Well, it may be chat, Orkut, Facebook, or Twitter, the words from your heart reveals your true identity. However, one would complaint the words used in chat world, the A, S, L, and vulgar words on 3D chats would question me, “Are they revealing their true identity?” I would say, ‘Yes’. If you speak with a person face to face they may not reveal their true identity but in chat they do reveal who they are and for what they wanna be friends. “Can anyone say no this? Aren’t they revealing their true identity?

Be it Orkut, Facebook or Twitter people do write from their hearts. Here are few of those written from heart.

* My Blood friend was gifted with a prince last week. She shared the status as


Aren’t those words from her heart? Her prince was a waited gift and I dedicated my words to the Prince here.

We even share our happiness in Facebook and Twitter,” as they easily reflects our moods and identity.

*When I was upset, I planned to stop writing and shared a status in FB


How many of you came to console me. Aren’t those words are true from your heart? Do they reveal your true identity or just for the sake of words? I believed it, consider your words and that's why I am here..

And few more here on various occasions..



No newspaper garden is free of weeds”, Sumana Raman, express her thoughts on grammatical errors found in Newspaper, “Did she afraid of expressing it or aren’t they from her heart?

Next to Chat, Orkut, Facebook and Twitter, is Blogging, how many you have put these lines in your Bio, “This is the place I share my memories, my journey, my life”, even I do the same, aren’t these words reflects your heart? Aren’t you revealing your true identity? I bet, all my regular readers knew that I do romance with my pen and the journey is a sweet dedication is someone special in my life, Am I not revealing my true identity because I write with my pen name… Of course I do reveal, pen name is not the mask but it is who you are to your heart, if you can say your identity is your name then I would say my identity is my pen name and my words is my true identity. If you still feel, I am not, then how many of you love to be called with your nicknames by your loved ones. “Aren’t they changing your identity?” “Say, yes or no...” and how many of you would express your true identity here?

Beauty is skin deep, Identity is name deep?

Finally, the point is the words expressed from their heart reveal the truth about those individuals. As they say, ‘Do not judge a book by its cover’, yes do not judge people by their identity (profile) instead by their true identity (character and soul). And yes, of course, people have freedom to be true on social media and that’s why most of the people reveal their true identity on Social Media.



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21 comments:

  1. Nicely written argument Sis, and i would be happy to accept it, but it isn't so. Identity Crisis on social networks creates such a havoc, you really can't judge a person by letters on a screen. Once the screen falls, reality bites! FB likes and comments does not portray the real person behind it:((( Sorry if i hurt you by this comment.

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  2. HI Saravana! I agree with you, I haven't thought on this subject yet. But your vision is totally different and deep, it's a needed thought. Great post.

    The way expressed by the FB, status massages, is also nice and effective.

    The people using vulgar words reveal their identity is a totally new point.

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  3. I am wary of interent , and after my recent experience where you got to know that after 4 years the person you thought was genuine was infact jsut a cheat ...

    so I wud always say be wary and dont always beleive what is said out there


    Bikram's

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  4. first of all..ofkors i didnt mind u mentioning me! but well, how can u be sure that people 'always' reveal whts truly happening in their lives on such social platforms?
    Ur debate is well written but I thought that u shud have given out more points to back it up...nonetheless...a job well done...good luck 2 u:)

    sarah

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  5. Once again, you are back with an outstanding post. Your arguments are very new and to the point and what a quote, ‘Beauty is skin deep. Identity is name deep?’

    Someone is Special rocks and this post would win your second title under ‘The Great Debaters’. I totally agree with your points, Of course, people do reveal their true identity on Social Media.

    ‘U Win I Smile’
    love,
    bala

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  6. Nice arguments. Written from the heart. I have always felt there is the fundamental difference between my writing and yours and comes out more in this. My posts are more from the head, yours more from the heart. Really liked the facebook examples. Shows how you really feel about the topic.

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  7. I am completely agree with you...nice one...as a blogger, i know we all put our hearts into what we write, and if not the heart, what shall reveal the true identity of ours.

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  8. @ cloud nine

    Thank you so much cloud nine for your encouraging words and coming to debate.. First, Social Media, if you can't believe a friend via his/her words then what you need to believe someone? Of couse you can't judge a person just by letters but when the conversation continues then you can really judge him/her.. and this is a healthy debate and comments are just for argument and clarification on how the world's perception is, simply to say it is like IPL where the eleven players of Indian Team clash against each other.

    So I request you to put forward points here to have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  9. @ Mohini

    Glad you agreed to my thoughts on this subject. Thank you so much :-), Of course, it is the heart that express the words not the identity. SmileS, happy to have you in my side..

    Please come and join me, put forward your points or view on other views and we will have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  10. @ Bikramjit

    Hi Bikram, First of all thanks for expressing your views here. I am so sad that you came to know about a person's true identity after four years.. He/She may be one of those who fall outside the 80% percent category but maximum number of people are expressing from their heart only.. and revealing their true identity..

    It would be great if you share your experience.. Please come and join us, put forward your points or view on other views and we will have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  11. @ Sarah

    Sarah, thanks for your permission.. No one can be sure on people identity and how true they are but of course people do reveal their true identity on social media not all but most of them. Coming to the point, well I wanted to back my thoughts in my comment section, that is why I kept my scoring points in my mind itself. Waiting for someone to pin point it.. Thanks for the SmileS..

    Someone is Special

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  12. @ bala

    Thank you so much Sir. Glad you agreed to my points and thanks for the appreciation. I will be happy if it happens so.. Thanks thanks thanks..

    Please come and join me, put forward your points or view on other views and we will have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  13. @ The Fool

    Glad you agreed to my points and I am very happy to convince a person who penned in another prespective. Thanks a lot TF and looking forward to have a healthy debate here if needed..

    Someone is Special

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  14. @ Tweety

    Glad you agreed to my points and of course as a blogger, we put all out hearts into what we write.. and you are absolutely right.. Thanks for the SmileS..

    Please come and join us, put forward your points or view on other views and we will have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  15. good insightful post, i say it totally depends on individual, i have a friend who is humorous, sarcastic basically, he is just like that everywhere, he has put age as 60 & divorced in social networkign sites profile, in my blog i go on to reveal my true identity in order to connect to similar minded people, by connecting to them on an emotional level & intellectual level so that i can share my thoughts & get to listen to theirs & feel more blissful. i go on to reveal my true identity in blogosphere....this thought may be arising of a deep aspiration to search for soulmate...may be we become true on internet as we are anonymous/unknown ..sort of strangers in blogosphere, i believe the true identity of person is known by parents or siblings or few handful of near & dear friends. i may lie anywhere & everywhere for getting appreciations on net or basically just for fun or in interviews to get a good salary job etc. but my sister & close friends always know my true identity. As someone mentioned ..your post is directly straight from your heart , loved it totally...

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  16. And so this was your research...Yes,I agree with all the above what you have said.I write from my heart than my brain which helps me with English grammer and here I am expressing my true identity .

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  17. @ sunil

    Aww, thanks for those sweet words, and yes, your friend reveal his true identity and you revealing yourself in blogosphere has made us friends.. and you may lie about identity but your true identity gets revealed.. Hmm and man, I thank you for those sweet words, and The Fool made me happy with those sweet words and now you.. thank you so much, would love to hear more from you..

    Someone is Special

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  18. @ UmaAnandane

    glad you agreed to the points and of course we write from our heart and our brain just helps us with language..

    Please come and join us, put forward your points or view on other views and we will have a healthy debate..

    Someone is Special

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  19. @ all..

    Happy to win.. Thank you BlogJunta, and for all the sweet hearts who voted for me..

    Someone is Special

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  20. Nice post.

    I would like to add another dimension to it. There are many people who upload status just for the sake of show off. Many times, i have done it and i believe , everybody has done this once or more in their life. And i am sure, you have also done it.

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  21. @ atlasshrugged

    Glad to know that Rachit.. and your dimension is just so sweet.. and I am sure too..

    Someone is Special

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