Editorial

Carlos Medley

online editor, Adventist Review

​Sharpen Your Focus

In April I took my first selfie (don’t worry—you won’t find it on my Facebook page). For those of you who may not know, a selfie is a photograph one takes of oneself alone or with friends. It’s usually taken with a cell phone.

For the past several years selfies have become extremely popular, especially among youth and young adults. Many people take them and e-mail them to their friends or post them to their Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter pages. Some people take a selfie nearly every day.

Recently I read of some celebrities who take selfies when they wake up in the morning. Then they’ll tweet (send) it to all of their fans to let the …

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