Social Society Relapse.
Are we headed for a total breakdown worldwide of our existing human society as we currently know it?
I am no specialist or highly schooled professor of knowledge, nope I am just an observer of people. I have been around for quite a while and have observed much in my years.
Now I am beginning to fear that the answer to this question I ask is yes.
I am theorizing that at this current rate of technological change that is messing with mankind’s human social society has just caused an expiration date for the community.
Your next question is probably,” what did you say?”. Here are my nonprofessional thoughts to give you food for thought.
Tweet about it, post about it, send a pic about it or ignore it. This is our children’s future, strike that, this is their present life. Post a Pin about it here and a Lol about it there.
Our children of today and in the future are learning superior knowledge in record time with this new technological world we live in, but they are missing out on something significant, and that is the part of life that is what makes us, well us.
Long gone are the days of having a daily person to person social interaction during our day. No more opportunities to say “Good morning Mrs. Miller” or “Hey how about those Cubbies” or “Go Sox” on an early fall afternoon walk before dinner at 5 pm prompt.
I will go for a stroll occasionally down to our local park and very rarely do I have company, even in the middle of the day! People are committed to their online cyber life more now than ever with the ever-evolving devices, and it may have dire consequences in the future.
Technology I believe is slowing and surely eating away at the social connection much needed by the human psyche.
We are a secular society that needs physical, social interaction. Our ever growing and quickly expanding technology is making our social life full-on digital, and frankly, I think it is annoying.
When I do get out, and about I would really like to have the occasion to say, “Hi sir, how are you today?” or maybe “Good morning ma’am” as I enter the grocery store, but nope all I see is blind stares, or people texting, and many are people watching videos as they walk. Unbelievable.
Our children need to experience life, as it once was to get a good grasp on life’s ups and downs and the physical reality of real in your face emotional joys and heartbreaks that human social society will bring.