Our human environmentis changing too fast for humans to manage. Our lives are increasingly chaotic. Danger signals are starting to appear that warn of the negative consequences of excessive technology. An Overload Bubble has been forming. When will it burst?
The pressure is building as we have fewer hours each day to ourselves. Burnout will soon be upon us as we struggle to keep up. The demands and temptations mount daily. The good life is always around the corner, but never gets any closer. Health and harmony may soon be out of sight.
The consumer is saturated with Software and with hardware and has become addicted for more and newer stuff to the point of satiation and exhaustion. Pressure builds upon our limited time and finances.
Where is our time for Reflection and Introspection?
Enormous corporate wealth has been built during the growth of the digital technology. Gadgets are all getting faster and cheaper and commonplace. But, where will all the new consumers come from? They are already maxed out, and even cutting back. They are out of time and money both. They have too much stuff already. .. This Bubble is about to Pop!
Where is our Time for Friends and Family?
The world has all the technology it needs. It has all of the great books it needs. We have an abundance of facts and numbers via Google Search. We just need time to sort it all out, settle down, and proceed more deliberately rather than racing helter skelter. .. So, what do we do? .. We push back. .. We hunker down. .. We try to hide.
Are we to Become Pawns or Human Beings?
Will we ever live as humans in the modern world?
Will the digital marvels zap our spirit?
AFTER THE BUBBLE BURSTS
THE ANSWERS WILL COME!
HERE IS ONE ANSWER
America is undergoing a cultural crisis. How many of us even know WHO WE ARE? What is our culture? Where are we going? The answer may be that we are free to create our own Culture and value system right here in the fifty States. … That is really something! … If that seems too difficult for you, then just look closely at the Native American Experience. … Briefly stated it is a culture of respect and love of each other, love of the Earth, and contentment with a loving and simple life.
Americans are still struggling for answers.
How many years will it be until we all begin to emulate some life styles of our Native Brothers and Sister?