All this technology is making us antisocial. [via]
I’ve seen this multiple times now. Can I point something out though? The problem with technology isn’t that it’s keeping us from making connections. The problem is it is cheapening the connections we are making while we are supposed to be making them.
Family events, people are staring at their phones rather than playing games and talking. As if to say, “What is on my phone is more important than you right now”. In the picture, this is how individual people are spending leisure time. This is not time set specifically aside to socialize. It would be different if they were at a convention or some exciting event, or even at the dinner table. That’s where technology is sapping at our sociability.
It’s fine to Google something, it’s like looking something up in a book when someone asks. It’s fine to show someone a funny message now and then. Just don’t let technology rule your social time. And for goodness sake, don’t act like your phone is your lifeblood.
they were probably the greatest brother-in-laws
(Source: kawaii-alchemist, via too-much-tribble)
The moon is a magnet
Everyone’s at it
Everyone’s had it
Love is a sadness
Love is a madness
We are the addicts
Inside of your mind and soul lies a complex universe of interconnecting thoughts and emotions. You are one of many, though unique- everyone has something to give, but might not have discovered what that is yet. Explore what is inside of you and inside of others, but be patient with yourself and with them. After all, it takes time, bravery and much preparation to travel the stars.