“Yesterday is many things, a memory, a part of our journey, a learned lesson.
But the one thing it should never be … forgotten!” ~ Penny
The technology of today is exciting, and no doubt it will be even more exciting tomorrow.
But today I’d like to briefly mention the very transitory period of time in which we (you and I) will be here. So to what purpose do we allow inundation of newness? It is one thing to improve communication and other technological marvels, quite another to become so immersed within it, that the focus of reality is pitched into virtuality and the next “new thing”.
And I might add at considerable expense in terms of quality of life in our “real world” (you know the one removed from artificial things – if that’s even possible). Health, relationships, values, ecology, life on this planet – all these and more are taking a beating here.
The future looks good only if we do pay attention to the wisdom of yesterday. Lots of beautiful quotes out there in multimedia land, wise words from the past, but again to what purpose if they’re just pretty words reflected upon in the moment.
Turn off your electronic devices for a portion of each day. Focus on things happening in your immediate vicinity.
See … really see … your today, unfettered by online influences. Decide how you can change your life and others for the better.
Your today will soon be yesterday, and we don’t want it to be forgotten!
With much affection to you,