As we go through life we are always searching for happiness, but one we get it we get greedy and want more, and as we evolve as humans the need to develop and expand gets greater, we loose sight of the important things, the basic skills we used to have and need, we spend so much time wanting everything now rather than taking small steps, we are loosing so much, in ten years you'll go to a museum to see what books, CDs, records, DVDs and videos, with all this great technology must come with great fear, don't get lost in it, remember it is still better to talk to someone face to face rather than text, email, Facebook or Skype go see friends, go for walks together, go for a drive, sit on the beach and read a book, just do something like this so you know how fun it is to do something real and not just live your life on line, go on that's why there is an off switch now use it!!
I agree with this. I, for one, know I should get out more.
I agree. Humans would always live their life wanting for more and as much as possible ( which really is have made possible) get things faster, work things faster and at times forgets to slow down forgets what need there is versus wants, importance versus pleasure. I wish even just for a day, our lives can get to be controlled by a remote control and we can take things back and see what good things we may have not seen and done or realize.
by Escobana4 years ago
And if you're not, what would you change to reach the state of happiness you want to be in.I am happy for living my life without any stress, the freedom to choose where I want to go each day, for having found true love...
by iimscollege6 years ago
Guys what do you think whatever we learn from our school or colleges are we really use them in our life .I generally don't and what about you?????
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