Once upon a time, I was handed an egg, two matches, and a paper cup full of water. Since this was early in the morning and I was on a campout which I knew was designed to test some of my skills and adaptability, I knew it was breakfast.
I wouldn’t have guessed one could boil an egg in a paper cup of water, but I did. Then I ate breakfast.
While that morning I was pretty sure what do do with what I was handed, I am often confused, or at least unsure, what to do with what I’m handed.
I mean, of course, things I am handed figuratively more than literally.
I am, like you are, probably, bombarded with claims and memes and “facts” about this or that. Some of them are true, actual, and valid, some of them are not.
What I really wonder, though, when such things are shared, is “What am I supposed to do with this?
You might ask the same thing of me. That’s only fair.
Here’s what I want when I share something with you, or give something to you: a reaction, a response; interaction. What do you think of this? Do you agree? why or why not?
If you have any doubt, please feel free to ask me: “What am I supposed to do with this?”