Social Networking develops out of Obstruction (12) and moves toward Great Possession (14).
Through differences of opinion and difficulties with communication we learn, sooner or later the value of open and respectful social networking.
We learn how to express our own understanding and to listen with intent to understand the positions of others.
This is a valuable skill, a great possession, for it helps to foster co-operation without rejecting either our own truth or that of others, should they differ.
It sounds very noble, and a way of peaceful co-existence. But, how does this awareness relate to me, specifically, if it does?
It is good advice for each and every one of us, both generally and specifically.