You can't escape social media. Everywhere you look there are references to it and some cable channels have gone crazy with their hashtags during certain shows. The women we serve usually have a facebook page or a pinterest account. They find their way to the closest library to use a computer so they can see what their connections are up to.
As I've monitored businesses and people, because of my own curiosity most everyone can be categoried as a giver or a taker. The majority of companies out there have a social media presence for the selfish "take" part of it. They want people to see them, like them, follow them, then sell to them. And it stops there. It's a one way street of taking. But there are some businesses that partake in the "give" aspect. They ask their followers questions, they put out good tips, they interact, and they even giveaway items. It's pretty easy to judge businesses.
But what about an individual, what about you? Do you only post updates? Do you only write content? Do you only take? Or do you chose to sow seeds into someone else's life and give? Are you the first person to check in on a friend? Do you send out the occasional card via snail mail? Do you use the phone to actually make a phone call and talk to someone?
The women we serve have only ever seen the "take" side of life. And because of that, they have learned to be take kind of people. But that's one more reason that Pink Pixie exists, to show the give side. To allow take women to experience the importance of giving. We give them scripture to show them that money is also about giving. What will you do this week to give?