The Life Coaching Series
Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema
In past generations, the changes occurring in our daily lives had a structural component. Bridges and buildings need to be built in order to bring progress. Laws needed to be passed to bring social changes, and the new acceptable behaviors were methodically woven in by the newer generation. The stories of our daily lives were told in years and decades.
The recent change in the aspects of our lives slaps you in the face when you watch the many reruns playing now on TV.
The reluctance of change is not necessarily narrow mindedness on the part of an old crow like me that just refuse to engage with a Smartphone. I have a philosophical issue; I believe that like religion (but that’s another wasp’s nest) the cell phones have a single goal to control our minds, collectively. So I use it selectively, to catch a ride and transfer images straight to my computer, other than that I could not tell you my cell number.
Changes are induced into our lives, we can circumvent for a while, or not at all. But when forced to engage, you do not have to buy the whole enchilada, use what you need and leave the rest alone.
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