In the living room of my childhood home was a plant called the Split Leaf Philodendron. New leaves would appear, at the top, as it reached for the ceiling. Soon it got there and mom said, "it's a nice plant, but where is it going to go next?"
That might be what's happening to Facebook as well as the rest of the world economy. Can one keep growing on a limited planet?
Another miscalculation, that Zuckerberg is said to admit to, is thinking we would go more cyber than ever. More into the Metaverse versus real face to face interaction.
This trend was strong during the pandemic, but suddenly another shift in behavior. People are coming out of their cocoons and meeting face to face again.
Real "brick and mortar" dancing, dinner groups, discussions, even bowling. It's a good thing to see things opening up again after the pandemic.
I know, everyone isn't going out on the town again, but so many have that it seems like life is all but back to normal.
Normal, just in time for another winter to set in, possibly making the pandemic still worse again.
I still use Facebook for it's original intent and I get out and about town. I try to have communication on many levels.