It seems like people have less and less knowledge about being self-sufficient these days...is the transition from real world to digital? Physical to mental? Is out current direction, as a society, sustainable?
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Thank you for the thoughtful answer. I really did not intend to imply a negative connotation, but was genuinely just interested in people's thoughts. I also must admit, as a farmer, I am probably biased towards the physical. Thank you again.
Aime, thank you. Your answer was probably the most challenging to me. I certainly did not mean to be offensive, nor gender specific. Perhaps the shift I see is more a focus on societal rather than individual reliance? No negativity implied.
I think maybe my intent was clouded by my own commentary. As mentioned to other users, I am admittedly biased toward physical skill. Is it more clearly worded to wonder if our skill sets are moving towards providing for a community rather than self?
I just think that with todays technology people have the opportunity to be more informed which gives them the opportunity to be more skilled in whatever they decide to do.
What an interesting insight. I got exactly what I wanted, which was a varied response to a simple, but broad question. Thank you for taking the time to answer.