Friday, November 25, 2016


In the West, we have built beautiful ship and in it, it has all the comforts. But actually the one thing it doesn't have is a compass.

We have wider freeways but narrower viewpoints. We have taller buildings but shorter tempers.
We spend money we havn't earned on things, we dont need to impress people we dont like.
And its phenomenal how the same technology that brings us close to those who are far away takes us far away from people that are actually close.
30 billion WhatsApp messages are sent per day, but 48% of people say that they feel lonelier in general.
The paradox of our times is that we have more degrees but less sense.
More knowledge but less judgement. More experts but less solutions.
The irony of our time is that we have guided missiles but misguided men.
We have gone all the way to moon and back but we struggle to start a conversation across the road or across the train.
Its amazing that Bill Gates was known as the top earner of 2015 with a wealth of $79.2 billion but one in four CEOs claim to be struggling from depression.

It seems that we have tried to clean up the air but polluted our soul.
We have split the atom but not our prejudice and we are aiming for higher incomes but we have lower morals.

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