Wednesday, 2 November 2016

People aren’t stopping to look anymore!!

World has changed a lot but more than that it has moved a lot! What do you think?

Moreover, people are on constant move, virtually everyone one is busy but few knows the cause. Rest of us are simply busy.

People seems to be more in hurry than before, pressured by hectic work schedules and overloaded by other commitments and digital information.

Whatever I have read so far, I still fail to understand, how does it relate to the topic “People aren’t stopping to look anymore”

Guess you are right!!

Consider you are visiting some hill station and you suddenly notice some amazing view out of nowhere. 

What do you do?

Do we stop & experience the beauty with our naked eye and appreciate it?

Do we get lost in its amazing formations for few minutes?

Honestly that was 1990’s approach. Do you agree?

What actually we end up is one of the below: -

· Rushed to snap photos, bringing cameras or smartphones to our eyes before we would even looked at the scene. The view was mediated through a lens.

· Many others simply rolled by slowly in their cars, taking photos out the windows.

The idea seemed to be to collect as many quick photos as possible so as to post them on Facebook as proof that one had conquered yet another spot. We're harried, we’re rushed, we’re looking at our watches.

This ultra-modern approach is always keeping our body at edge and we are still in stress even we just concluded the best of best holiday itineraries.

We need to spend more time in beautiful spot/parks etc., for our sake, for our children’s sake, and for the sake of our body healing touches. This will also help next generation to understand the value of its existence and will help them to contribute towards its perseverance.

David Brower - Earth Island founder rightly pointed out “You only save what you love and you only love what you know”.

People aren’t stopping to look anymore, “They’re rush, rush, rush….

Satender Kumar Mall
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