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Tuesday, August 08, 2006

It's like looking in the mirror

Occasionally, very occasionally I read something online, or in a book, that seems so profound and moves me in a way that surprises me. I'm rather moved by an honest appraisal of society that makes me question the way I'm living my life. This post, 7 Reasons the 21st Century is Making us Miserable, is brilliant. It is rare that I read something that so clicks with what I'm thinking and feeling about my life and the lives of so many around us. I know that the author doesn't know of my existance, but he's caught so many of the things I've been thinking about regarding my relationships with people in real life. I never realized that so much of the lack of communication in my own surroundings is due to the technology expansion since my youth. But as I read this post, I recognized so much of myself and my life here.

I gotta make some changes.
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1 Comments:

Blogger NotSoccer Mom said...

wow, amazing post. thanks for sharing it.

9/8/06 1:17 PM  

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