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  1. For me, the “like” is more to say “what you shared means something to me.” But that may just be me because I so often am unsure whether I have communicated effectively (even if people don’t necessarily agree with me).

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      1. I think the likes were an approval of the concept rather than some humans patting another human on the back. It’s like one of those posts where someone tells you terrible things about their illness or suffering. Does the like convey liking the fact that they suffer? Or the fact that they are trusting in God in times of suffering?

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