“The only thing we have to fear is fear itself.” Franklin D. Roosevelt.
The other day, Wednesday, the hackers tried to make my computer crash. I was able, with luck, to stop it. They’re doing a job on my computer, adding more viruses, changing my windows updates, changing my browser, deleting my blog, etc. I’m not able to get into some programs. Every time I try to re-blog something, it doesn’t always work. I can’t upload anything, and not able to download YouTube.
Basically, all I can do is type my blog and try to send it out into the world. This doesn’t always work. I spend a lot of time re-sending my blog and making corrections to whatever changes the hackers make to my blog.
But I stick in there and don’t let them stop me. I go with the flow.
Since the hackers can’t turn off the computer, they’ve imported a camera into it. Any time I enter a site, I can see the camera moving around in my computer. The hackers shoot every site I visit. I removed it once, they’ve reinstalled it. Now, where it is I don’t know, and I don’t care.
They also keep turning off my internet service. Somehow, I’ve managed to keep my internet service on. At one time, I would not have been able to do this, but now I can.
Every day, I spend more time evading and trying to repair my computer than I do anything else.
But there’s a good outcome to this. I’ve learned a lot about how to fix my computer. I’ve learned more about my computer than if I’d taken a computer class. We all learn by experience, and by experiencing hacking, I’ve learned things I would not learn in a computer class. Sometimes life throws us curves, and we have to deal with it.
So don’t give up on your computer. Don’t let the hackers scare you or push you around. Stand your ground, and you can win.
There’s good and bad to everything in life; the yin and yang of life.
I’m also learning patience. As a former New Yorker, it’s not a virtue I have.
But from experience we learn and grow. And I’ve grown a bit from the lessons I’ve learned in trying to evade the hackers. Who would have thought I could learn something from the hackers?
Life is strange with its twist and turns. Who knows what gifts tomorrow will bring?
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