“All this technology is making people anti-social”

Saw this and really had to share it! Our need to absorb information, see what’s going on around seems like it has been going on through generation after generation. Nowadays, everyone is always on their devices – clicking, liking, sharing, commenting, viewing, etc. Maybe it’s ingrained in us, and the evolution of technology only accelerates and fuels this need for knowing, communicating, inspecting, comparing, expressing.

We are so involved in our own little world, one where we view others by what is written, what is sent, what is portrayed – that we forget to sometimes lift up our heads and see who is sitting next to us. I’ve learnt its good to look up and speak to the person who is physically present at that moment in time with you. I know everyone knows this, but lets put our thoughts into action, shall we?

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