#MyView

What I post on Social Media is My View.

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My View
from the mountain top,
from the valley;
of my running shoes
and steering wheel
and potholes on the road of …
Life from the train and tram and running track;
These words and images are brought to you courtesy of
my
clouded, shaded, rose-coloured, trail-dusty glasses.
My View.

(I see Box Hill station
– a transit point on the way to work / to a meeting / to a friends place … ;
others see Chinese community / Immigration problem / Race and threat / and …
Fear)

These words and images are
My View
of protests and government,
refugees and climate change and racism,
the environment and food,
the Way and the One,
wrong and …
right now this is My View.

But my view can also be felt in Someone Else’s View – #retweet.
Is that #repost actually mine? My View? my opinion?
Someone else’s words, this ‘Not-my-view’ repost;
it’s part of a discussion
in which My View changes
(and you are invited to help me see Your View).
And then
what I posted is No Longer
My View.
(Disclaimer: Information was correct at the time of posting)

So please don’t attribute these words to my
Employer
Running club(s)
Family name
Race
Residency status
Post code
Schooling
Age
Gender
Or the car I drive.

This is my view.

(Today).

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