Throw the T.V. out the window. Grab a hammer and smash the smartphone to pieces. Make a bonfire in the backyard with all the other gadgets. Disconnect and take control. For thousands of years humans have thrived without the Internet. Our ancestors got around fine without cars. Before the washing machine, they wore dirty clothes. Technology is not eternal. Human relationships are eternal. Does technology enhance relationships? Or does technology simulate relationships? Connecting to our real essence is eternal. Does technology help us understand ourselves? Or does technology confuse and distract us? Everyone agrees technology has decreased our ability to concentrate on one thing at a time. The T.V. (changing the scene every few seconds) by design teaches viewers not to pay attention on one thing for a long time. Technology, like everything else in life, can be used for either good or bad, to create or destroy.


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