Why the world is bad? Why are human so wicked? Why can’t I be like ‘her’? Why can’t ‘he’ be lie me? So many questions, so many answers saying the same thing. Since the dawn of time we can remember, we have fought for “all kind of equality, rights and causes. But it seems the more we fight, the more we find that we must keep fighting. Everything changing but staying the same and then getting worse. We take for granted that people differ and force our ideologies on others, blacklist them when they do not conform with the general perception of what is ideal. But who has set the standard you are ready to defend with your blood, sweat and tears? What make one thing “True” & the other a “Lie? What make a “Monster & what makes a Man? How can we define intelligence using the standard modules which we now believe to be wrong?
Being trapped in this seemingly endless cycle has opened many eyes to opportunities across boarders we only dared to dream about 10 years ago, doing things with far more speed and accuracy only ever imagined. . Affordable technology has been our greatest achievement and may be our greatest undoing if not handled with respect. Many movies have predicted the end of the world to be caused by the very technology we created to make our lives easier. It always starts with a scientist who is branded as Mad and generally ignored…and you know the rest. It doesn’t have to be this way but we have started the “self destruct timer. Fear is preventing us from moving boldly forward; forcing us to turn our greatest weapon into the cause of our destruction.
If the pandemic taught us anything, it is that we have to get back to being self sufficient and reduce our reliance on external help on a community level. Culture and traditions that foster social responsibility has been replaced by the wonderful gift of technology which we are inept to understand or control it responsibly. Trying to live technologically in a biological world has ushered everyone forcefully into the 5G era. Virtual resources are vastly untapped especially in the “developing Nations and we may perish for our lack of knowledge
There are so many comparisons that become unnecessary competitions that ‘may’ bear unpleasant fruit. Expecting the same results when there are so many other variables to be considered proves a waste over time. Forcing square pegs into round holes is a universal debacle. Jobs stereotyping has fostered the inequality and inferiority complex prevalent in many attitudes today. We have subconsciously passed on our insecurities down generations and written these limitations in our DNA.
“Realize, all the things in your room used to be money; all that money used to be time; all that time used to be energy…and how for years, you have been spending all your time, money and energy making a mess for yourself to clean up“
But there is always a silver lining to every dark cloud. This current forced state of existence has taken us back to the drawing board. The situations we avoided with our “busy schedules, we now have to face head on, whether we would like to or not. That neighbor your refused to relate with, you now have to see almost daily (unless you can afford to lock yourself up; in which case you become a prisoner in your own house. The surroundings you have been waiting for someone else to take care of while actively contributing to the disaster with our lack of environmental ethics.
Finding activities especially during the lock-down was extremely hard for anyone whose house was in order, before we start talking about those struggling to get by. Maintaining healthy lifestyles and habits seemed almost impossible, with every one finding innovative means to cope. I saw images of parent tying their kids to the floor…something we would sue a teacher or your au-pair for; with varying levels of additional abuse for even”imagining” such a punishment out loud.The internet, while providing temporal relief, can foster long term damage usuallyirreversable. It is important to streamline your virtual experiences to maximize your erican, 1901-1942)
Finding activities especially during the lock-down was extremely hard for anyone whose house was in order, before we start talking about those struggling to get by. Maintaining healthy lifestyles and habits seemed almost impossible, with every one finding innovative means to cope. I saw images of parent tying their kids to the floor…something we would sue a teacher or your au-pair for; with varying levels of additional abuse for even “imagining” such a punishment out loud. The internet, while providing temporal relief, can foster long term damage usually irreversible. It is important to streamline your virtual experiences to maximize your opportunities so you can live your BEST life right now. Its time to get out of your dreams so they can come true. Channel your productivity and make technology work for you. Learn to use available resources to your advantage and stop giving away your millions unknowingly.
If your plan is for 1 year, plant rice; if your plan is for 10 years, plant a tree; if your plan is for 100 years, educate children.— Confucius – Chinese philosopher & politician
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