I’m not really sure what the actual “Laws of Attraction” means. I’m not going to bother to Google it or Bing it or anything it.Who needs a million hits in .02 seconds?
I’ll be the first to admit I Google and Bing everything. When I say everything, I mean “everything”. Just today I Googled “why does my dog pace the floor all day?” I won’t bore you with the million hits that only took .02 seconds to retrieve from Google but I will tell you what happened when I hit the enter key after I asked the question to Google. I looked at the screen and I said to myself “I really Googled that?” Sure enough, I “really” did.
Back in the day, our parents didn’t have Google or Bing to use, they used their common sense, yet today we use a place in space created by someone we don’t know, never met, and haven’t questioned their ability to give true accurate meaning. Interesting, to think we trust sources we can’t validate ourselves. If more and more sources copy each other off the internet we’re going to find the same answers to the same questions which will validate the meaning to the certain subject we’re researching. So does that make our findings valid? Who am I to question? I question everything which is why I send my questions to Google. It’s nice to know I can get a million answers in .02 seconds. I’ve been asking questions all my life and never seem to get an answer. Maybe I should Google “why don’t I ever get answers to my questions?” I’m sure the answers will be quite attractive.