Why is chatting called chatting?
Most foreigners meet by talking about the weather. In fact, we are the same. Why else is it called chat? At the beginning of the chat, it means talking about the weather. Ha ha, this is from Zhu Ziqing's article. But it turned out that chatting was tantalizing. In this e era, the so-called chat can be divided into two types. One is online chat, the other is interpersonal communication with real life. Chat now has voice chat and video chat
First, online chat is completely free, without involving too many ideas. Give full play to your potential and spare strength as much as possible. There is no doubt that people with similar aspirations have fewer cups of confidants and forget their worries. So there are not too many constraints.
At first glance, it seems that this is a very stupid topic, but when you think about it carefully, it is still a little confused. I have been thinking about this seemingly simple but puzzling problem for nearly six years on the Internet. What is the network? Where is the full interpretation of the charm it provides us in this infinite space? Many friends told me that people are infatuated with chatting because they bear too much pressure in real life. They need to relax, talk, let people share his pain and failure, and look for vent objects and themselves from simple relaxation.
I think the real charm of online chat should come from the penetration of words into emotions. The world we see in our eyes is limited, while the thought we feel in our hearts is infinite and eternal. In real life, we know a person first by seeing, understanding and communicating. The Internet is not. We can't see each other with our eyes, nor can we rationally know the person opposite you, What we feel about each other is to dig and understand him or her step by step through words, thoughts and feelings.
Under the cover of the virtual veil, this kind of emotion fabricated with the soul has become particularly colorful and mysterious. In an instant, each of us has become tall and sacred, and everyone has become a great Savior. Everyone will take the initiative to help and understand those lonely people with fragile hearts. They have long forgotten who they are, and they are actually very lonely and need to be concerned. While communicating, we often attach our emotions to each other's emotions, such as "hello". In real life, it's an ordinary general greeting. When we say "hello" in the chat room, we may imagine the bright smile and pleasant tone when he (she) says this, as if we saw his (her) polite nod, Think again, are you smiling and nodding?
In reality, we use reason to experience life, but in the network, we use sensibility to fantasize about life, and see incomparable delicacy and perfection of emotion and friendship. When the fantasy comes to naught, you know that he (she) opposite the screen is not the idol you really want to get. At that time, do you have tears and heartache? I believe every one of us here has had a feeling, so we thought of leaving, hoping to return to reality and find our true self.