Skimming Through the Changes of the Decade

Is the world around us changing or is it just us? In the recent decade, the things have changed a lot around us but we have been growing too fast to pay any attention to them. For example houses are becoming lesser and lesser but the flats are becoming bigger and bigger. Its not the famous and the popular who are under the spotlight, its everybody now, due to the social media. So how did we miss all this, these are pretty big things to miss actually. Or maybe we didn’t miss them at all.

The answer is that we missed all these big changes by being a part of them. We joined hands with people who were bullying others on social media by giving them likes and shares, we let go of our social time with friends and families to be on our big smart phones and we needed more personal time so we moved out of our big happy houses to small crampy 1 bhk. So if all these are so bad then why did we agree to do it in the first place? Because, everybody was doing it.

You might say, cummon, things are not so bad. We are so technologically advanced, we have sent space explorations and have achieved greater things in life too. Surely its not as bad as it sounds and there must be some good things too. For example, coin bags Kenya revolutionized the entire world and digged a very large hole on the ground for the non-ecofriendly, non-biodegradable plastic bags, or as we became old, we were not dependent on our kids to call us as now we can see how they are doing by being connected through whatsapp. So there were good things to celebrate too right. As every coin has their sides so does every change and great philosophers have said it that change is necessary and good, so why do we feel neglected with we see the distances between our close relations have increased or damage repair is not done at all.

Maybe because the negetives of these are far more than the positive and using bio-degradable coin bags Kenyaare not able to bridge the gap.

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Posted on January 16, 2016, in coin bags Kenya and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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