As humans there is so much we do not understand and yet we have as a species become conditioned to be content and have lost our greatest asset, the ability to be curious.
The tech that is supposed to improve our lives is rapidly destroying our cognitive skills and is turn us into dopamine junkies plugged into a computer network that sucks our lives away.
As far as we get now, for example, is if we don’t know something we rely on Google instead of our brains. We accept without question almost everything that we are fed, whatever we read, see, hear…it must be true, right!
Stay curious, ask questions, disconnect from the matrix, choose a meaningful life connected to other humans.
The world is becoming completely disconnected in what is supposedly the most technologically connected time for the human race. We have more digital connections than ever, yet we are total strangers even to our neighbours. We’ll take a picture of someone in trouble and post it to the internet before helping.
The reason we are becoming completely disconnected is that we hear the hate, the fear, the news, the message, we judge, we blame and so on. We are sucked into the vortex of the online world, even at the cost of ignoring family, friends, and people in general.
But we do not listen and therefore we fail to understand each other. Hearing the noise is different from understanding it.
If for a moment we leave our bubble, if we listen to others instead of ranting, if we stop making noise and choose to understand and empathise with others, then we will discover what we have in common not what we can hate in the others.
We can only connect once we discover what we have in common and surprisingly we all have something in common, even if that is just that we will all die one day. However, there are many, many more things that we share with others, but we simply do not understand. We all have the ability to love, to be kind, to support, to empathise, to be compassionate.
We could choose to listen and connect, there is only upside from such a choice.