Things used to be a lot more simple. People spoke to each other with respect. We welcomed our neighbors into our homes. Relatives called each other to check in on their loved ones. People interacted in the physical world, without distraction, and truly enjoyed each other’s company. We were a warmer, stronger society, less focused on fame and fortune and more driven to live happy, fulfilling lives.
Sure, internet has given us the world’s knowledge at our fingertips, but having instant gratification at every turn has reduced the quality of our human interactions. Folks thirty and older remember how life was before internet, and it is our duty to preserve this perspective so that the world’s humanity does not disappear into digital oblivion.