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“Our anniversary has a lot of meaning to me as an opportunity to reflect on how far we’ve come together as a community,” Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook, wrote on his profile.
“When I wrote the first code for Facebook in January 2004, I hoped it would help students at my college connect and bring our community together. Today more than 1.5 billion people around the world use Facebook to stay connected with friends and loved ones,” Facebook’s founder continued.
In the status he shared on his page he also commented on friendships and said that acts of love and kindness, shared by all on Facebook, are changing the world every day in ways that can’t be measured. “Sometimes they just make people in our lives feel a bit more loved,” he wrote, and added “Sometimes friendship moves the world.”
“On February 4, I hope you’ll join me in celebrating #friendsday – a moment to celebrate the friendships that have made a difference in your life. If you have a story about friendship, I’d love to hear it,” reads the status on his official page.
Zuckerberg also asked Facebook users to share their comments on his profile and promised he would read as many as he can.