it takes courage to open

The question is not what technology we have rather how we elect to use it. Over the millennia we have touched by grunts then words then writing then printing then telephones then email then texting now more will come. At each step I imagine parents decried the lack of “real” contact. Both parents and the new generation were right: it is a waste to pour out words without intent to share souls; each technology transcends and includes the former, increasing the channels by which with one another to be real. Both fall short: it takes courage to open heart and mind and will.

:- Doug.

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