How do you describe a place that makes you feel so connected to yourself and the world surrounding you? Paradise! Even in this world full of distractions, our minds can connect to raw nature in Alaska. Under such peace and freedom from the negative hum of media, we can actually connect at a time when everyone is yearning to disconnect from their devices. I love technology, as it makes it possible for me to type this blog. We live at a time and in an environment dictated by social media. I have been spending years to improve my social skills and yet society is moving in the opposite direction. Social media trains people to rely on typed words to communicate without actual personal interaction. I can speak from experience that an emptiness is left in or souls when this is left to stand alone in our relationships. In some ways you would think this would make it easier for me, yet I wonder is this the direction of elevated humanity?
I am almost sure we are stifling the natural bond the world has known until now. How do we embrace this change in technology and still stay connected as humans? We must think of solutions before it is a lost art of personal emotional interaction. Ways to stay connected are families who play, eat, and pray together. I love cards, games, and love to eat. All is well when everyone feels loved and accepted and this is not always conveyed thru typed words. So let’s take some time everyday and talk personally to the ones we love. We can still stay connected. I am not sure we can continue to stay connected as we were created to be if we don’t.