300 words … that’s all we have time for?

We humans are a fickle bunch.

We want fewer words but more explanations.

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We want deeper meaning, but surface level communication.

We want to be liked, but don’t work on understanding others.

People start social media groups, then allow arguing, name calling and bullying like we’re all stuck in junior high school.

We want everyone to show us their faces … and other human bits but make snap judgements about people we hardly know.

We’ve sexualized … well, everyone, yet repel genuine human emotion.

We promote positivity, but quickly bash and condemn anyone who disagrees with our quippy meme messages.

People are all becoming “inspirational” and “motivational” speakers, yet, they are all saying the same thing, inspired to lack originality.

No original thoughts. It’s easier to just … copy people.

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Meaningful conversations aren’t lost ~ they’ve changed in how we communicate.

Purposeful purpose … has lost its mojo ~ its become watered down to sell boxed food and toothpaste.

Our attention span is shortening ~ our patience for each other … dwindling.

Knowing this means ~ we can change it around if we want to.

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Do we want to?

Turn it around.

We can ~ or, we can adjust the sails and move forward with creating a healthier version of what it’s become.

Read longer ~ savor more.

Embrace the change ~ stop tolerating jerks, bullies and instigators.

Love on the technology ~ switch up what we digest to include more things with quality and less things with filler.

We can be kind ~ but stop sugar coating everything.

The world can be awful ~ dark ~ depressing ~ and even frightening.

The world can also be wonderful ~ peaceful ~ a good place to be.

Really great experiences are worth the work.

In peace and emotional expansion

(c) @happinessnoir @InkHoneyPub @K.ArenHenryMiller

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Published by happinessnoir

Writer | Advocate | Free Range Female | Change Agent | Essayist

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