Technology is making steady inroads into the minds and probably the hearts of the people. Social media and other modes of communication are a few of the many gifts of past developing and advancing technology.
Communication is simplified and made to look easy and well within the range of common man because of technological outburst.
Apparently social media and similar apps mean stronger connections by default.
But ironically, societies are disintegrating and falling apart. The urge and impetus of an affectionate relationship is missing and it is visible too.
The family as a unit has lost its climax and potential of acting and serving as a primary force of binding people together.
Individualism has taken over collectivism is theory and practice, the mental framework has changed or taken a new discourse.
Mind, thoughts and aspirations of people has changed dramatically, since the inception of technology and electrical mode of communication.
Primitive societies or tribal societies haven’t lost its shape and flow of unprecedented emotions and this is because of their partially ‘lethargic’ approach in accepting the glides and glitters of technology.
When emotions and sentiments flow through an artificially built medium of wires and electric current, the passion and fervor of simplistic affectionate sentiments is lost somewhere.
Social media or technology isn’t to be blamed for, it’s actually the humans who are more mobile on mobile networks, initially to appease their minds and sensations rather than collaborating to strengthen and extend the range and texture of relationships.
We want to be ‘virtually real’ and want to exchange love remotely in the backdrop, using third party vendors as in decentralized computing, and this is where the fault line exists, when it comes to management of relationships.
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