There are words that make me cringe because of their constant use to refer to everything. But there are two of them that take the cake of doubt, one is “experience” and the other, equally former, “attitude”. Connected to the guest, we are given constant nags to exaggerate the benefits of anything. Whether it’s detergent, trips, wine or hair transplant, the question is to give yourself an unforgettable tribute and of course tell about it on the net.
The post-pandemic years are taking their toll on us, they have immersed us, even more, in constant over-communication, over-stimulation and over-stimulation. We live in a constant hijacking of the focus of immediacy and it strikes me that we need a reset.
Permitted addiction to electronic devices is growing, absurd. And this includes the youngest, who search the network for a sense of belonging to an unreal community, who are not so young as to achieve short-term (like) stints on duty to bolster self-esteem. are keen. are we dumb or what? And I’m the first.
While this is happening, someone murders seduction and persuasion to keep us hooked, to control our attention and thus over-consume.
And it is that, in this hypercontext of algorithms, where the perception of reality is lost, it is sad that mental illnesses are on the rise across all ages. The offices of psychiatrists and psychologists are crowded with children, adolescents and adults. Many reject the greatest and others consider themselves ugly ducklings, when in reality they are swans in a wrong society. New professions of healers, coaches, influencers and other words and hyperrealism flourish like mushrooms, promising experiences to discover or repair instincts for a jilted society.
And since we haven’t had enough with a reality that escapes us, well, I invent the Metaverse, a new hyper-experience, gentlemen. Everything external is associated with a constant disconnection from ourselves, which is what really brings us together. My grandfather, a wise man, used to say this when I asked him: Grandfather, what are you doing? To which he replied: Conjugating verbs! Silence scares us, we forget who we are and time doesn’t come back as it said.
It has been great for us and we are not digesting it very well. The truth is that I don’t know if there is a solution or not, but it is clear that going back to nature is of some help, adding a good home education to the proper use of technology and the unconditional support of the family is a guaranteed success. . And why not, the search for a greater awareness of our own reality and the meaning of life. And there is no greater experience than a good pot of pocha and a meal around a group of cool friends where all kinds of trends enter that don’t contribute. Even if it’s frozen, hey! little ones!