@bacchus as you should! most everyone who hasn't decided to devote their life to the advancement of tech should make a point to not have it be such a major part of their day to day life! it's draining and doesn't accomplish all that much aside from a relatively infinite library of information, but more often than not it just becomes a distraction and rewires the way people's brains function in favor of lazier habits.
@Anthonious i really like the way you're looking at it. i hadn't considered that side of things but it's definitely true that this stuff isn't just going to go away with how far we've gotten. we live in such a strange world. in my region agriculture is a big thing, and we're focused on ways to implement technology into a rural lifestyle. it's a more natural setting, so i have the liberty to distance mt self from it.
@bacchus that's awesome! personally i love the rural areas for that reason because i really don't care for the social media life as much as i find it entertaining to just go out and find adventures with people. it's tough being back home and living in a relatively boring urban area because not many people do that stuff that makes you enjoy life and the overwhelming feeling of existentialism and joy in the experience.
@Anthonious never too late to reconnect with nature. remember where we come from friend. all this is new
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