The id is the impulsive (and unconscious) part of our psyche which responds directly and immediately to the instincts. The ego seeks pleasure and avoids pain but unlike the id the ego is concerned with devising a realistic strategy to obtain pleasure. The superego incorporates the values and morals of society which are learned from one’s parents and others. Lest you think I’m being a bit preachy, I will freely admit to being guilty of all of the above. I could have justified my actions by telling myself that if anyone deserves a little public humiliation it’s the Kardashians, who have made lucrative careers of allowing cameras to film what many of us would consider the most private aspects of their lives, all in the name of fame and fortune. Regardless of how much you have or don’t have, life can be downright painful at times.
I know choosing my snark and sarcasm more carefully won’t make a dent in the online sea of of mean-spirited humor. Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things. The first time I read your conclusion, I thought you said something about a Twinkie in his eye.

Its function is to control the id’s impulses, especially those which society forbids. Even those who have never seen an episode of Keeping up with the Kardashians are inundated with headlines of their latest escapades courtesy of gossip magazines placed at the check-out line of their local grocery stores. There are many popular websites whose sole purpose is to share a laugh at the expense of others.
And terribly difficult to remember when you see someone who we assume is making a fool of themselves when truly, they’re just struggling.
A world where you need not be the brightest, just the loudest or most outrageous, where substance is often replaced with snark, and perceived anonymity brings out the very worst of all of us at times. One could reasonably surmise that for a Kardashian, there’s no such thing as bad press.
Not long ago at a soundcheck before church, I stood on stage surrounded by a group of talented and experienced musicians and vocalists who also happen to be close and long time friends. Some do so with permission and participation of their readers while others encourage their readers to submit unflattering photos taken without permission. But comparing someone to Adolf Hitler who isn’t knowingly and deliberately participating in genocide?

That it’s not okay for him to make fun of people but that it’s different for me? Of the latter, ask yourself if you’ve ever ventured outside your house looking less than completely put together. Would you be okay with someone taking a picture of you wandering the aisles of Walmart in your ill-fitting sweatpants and flip flops? I decided right then and there that the purpose of taking the photo would not be the one originally intended. Maybe I could use it to share a lesson learned about empathy and grace right there in the long check out line at Burlington Coat Factory.
Because I can assure you that every unflattering photo posted on sites like these are of someone’s mother, father, brother or sister taken without their knowledge or permission. Imagine seeing your most unflattering moment captured and knowing that millions of other people have access to that same picture.

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