Social media today has given us a wonderful platform to interact with each other.
Social networking served an integral part in our society and it’s now such a massive part of our daily lives not only in our interpersonal dealings with others but also with our business opportunities.
The rise of internet and smart mobile phones helped the way we connect with other people across islands and nations, the whole idea of friendship was made easier.
“Sad that abortions and divorces are widely embraced by so many Americans back home while cockfighting was stoned to death.” – Calvin Randall | via @sabongchronicle #sabong #chronicles #culture https://t.co/GaS1Na16RD
— Aries Chan (@ariesjchan) September 8, 2018
Through all these, its now easier to learn new things by reading and watching other people’s experiences being posted online.
It allows us to expand our ideas and come up with a much better ways in doing things.
I do enjoy my social media, and through this I was able to meet and know great people.
As most of you have known already, I do love my chicken talks with people so I enjoyed it the most when sabungeros from other cities in different countries would send me a private message just to chat about anything that concerns cockfighting.
For me, it’s an honor that they have considered me and my thoughts because I believe that its important for our sport to be sharing and connecting.
As being said, I do have couple of thousand friends in Facebook.
Most of them may not be friends I know on a personal level and spend time with in the real world on a weekly basis.
But they’re friends nonetheless.
There are several people I consider friends who I have never met — in fact, I may never meet them — but that doesn’t lessen the connection we have thanks to social networks.