Title: A curse or a blessing
A curse or a blessing
Today life is not what it was a few decades ago. Everything is evolving around us, including ourselves. We no longer resemble the people of the past; we are people of a different identity. Speaking of identity, many things in this century have influenced it; for instance, technology which has been evolving and still is to this very second. It may seem ridiculous, but technology is the oxygen of the 21st century. It has been a curse that our ancestors were fortunate not to catch and we were damned with it for eternity. Many may argue that technology has improved our means of connection and communication. Truly before technology, we were connected in a rather primitive way. Sending a letter or even a “telegraph” to a dear person might have taken weeks or even months to reach if we were back in the past. Although, it may seem extreme today waiting for that long time to get a message from a loved one, I find it rather amusing, even exciting. Our relationships were stronger and more stable back then. We no longer communicate naturally. Human interaction seems like a very cumbersome job to do. We no longer actually meet up like before with friends and family, and if we do we are always busy with our smartphones, ipads,etc. According to an article published by happinessinthisworld.com, “Making our meaning clear electronically presents extra challenges. For example, we write things like “LOL” and “LMAO” to describe our laughter, but they’re no real substitute for hearing people laugh, which has real power to lift our spirits when we’re feeling low.” This is exactly what we’re suffering from. We are now electronic beings sharing our feelings , problems, and even daily life to close ones through worthless devices and tons of social media. Technology may have improved connections between us, but it has destroyed one of the most beautiful...
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