By Erin Bird
Confession: I have never taken a "selfie" based on the inherent definition. If my wife or one of my kids is with me, I might hold my phone out at arm's length and snap a photo, but that would not be a true selfie. (Would you call it a "groupie"?)
Maybe it's because I'm a guy, or maybe it's because I don't think I'm good looking enough to fill a photo taken at arm's length. But the simple matter is I simply have no interest in taking a selfie.
Yet I think there are times when I have displayed a selfie attitude.
The selfie screams, "Look at me!" While I may not post photos of myself holding a camera at arms length, I have...
How about you? Are you engaging in "selfie" ways in daily life like me? If so, what changes might you need to make to be more others-focused?
Do you need to...
So many people in today's society are clamoring for attention. That's why they post selfies. But rather than just join in with the roar for attention, let's be the people that GIVE the attention. Let's live selflessly in a selfie world. Let's live like Jesus lived and love like Jesus loved.
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