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The Future We Live In?

I don’t profess to be an expert at drawing, but I drew this, this morning, something triggered it off.  We see it all around us, are people just too busy to talk?

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Someone trying to rip through the normality of life and expand a few horizons.

6 thoughts on “The Future We Live In?

    1. I couldn’t agree more with you, people just don’t have the time to engage in conversations anymore, too hooked on social media, their smart phones or just too stressed. The situation is not getting any better…..

    1. Hi,

      Thanks for stopping by and your kind comment on my drawing, oh those days in Art class 🙂

      I guess we need to do something. If I remember correctly, wasn’t there a National Letter Writing Day? Maybe they could start a “National Talking to Each Other without the use of Technology Day”. When’s the last time you ever turned around to someone sitting next to you and started a conversation….whenever I look around the person next to me is “engaged, engrossed in something”….maybe I just have too much time on my hands 🙂

      D.

  1. I know sisters and mates who sit next to each other on the same sofa and text each other or chat on facebook.

    The art of conversation is truly gone so instead of a special day I think a set time in the day … Where all phones Tvs consoles etc are switched of and everyone talks to each other.

    I usually do it an hour before my nieces and nephews go to bed… It’s hard at times to get this time but so worth it.

    I rarely use my minutes these days… Most people are communicating through texts msn yahoo whatapp or emails. Smart phones are truly the root of all this. I still prefer the good old fashioned telephone chat. 🙂

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