I came across this image today and felt the need to share it with you, I think it sums up my feeling that we as humanity are loosing sight of what is real due to the fog of social media and technology that run our lives today. We are sadly loosing the skills of face to face communication and our lives are measured by the social media rankings that we are given when we take part in online happiness, relationship and personality type tests that pigeon hole us into certain groups, no longer are we wise individuals with our own thoughts and aspirations, but slowly but surely becoming lemmings to the corporate powers that be!
Please remember your loved ones this weekend, give them a hug, tell them you love them and spend some quality time together out amongst nature without your phone or tablet device.
This is so true. That feeling of being in a fog is real.
🙂 We need to stay focussed on reality, not so easy when they make it sooo real!
But we wouldn’t be able to read this without technology. It has done so much to further the awakening of people from their zombie state and to expose them to new ideas. Some people don’t have family or friends to spend quality time with, and the internet provides that feedback for many.
Sure Casey, I agree with that too, what i’m saying is technology…more so the corporations and money men who are taking control, the internet is good so is social media but we should never allow it to stop social face to face interaction and communication, a real smile, a real hug or handshake means so much and it we were to start interaction socially once again it could and would help bring humanity closer together 🙂
a thought-filled post to remind us of what is real and what is not….
for the masks people where on the social medias are sometimes kinder than what is really behind them…
Take Care…You Matter…
(we are celebrating my grandson’s birthday this weekend with family and friends…)
Thank you Maryrose, have a lovely weekend with your Grandson, family and friends.
You too Mark…(well have a good weekend, not necessarily with my grandson 🙂
Thank you again for the thoughts…