It is winter in this part of the world and everyone spends a large part of their day indoors, seeing the world through window panes. How much of our lives is actually lived behind such barriers, in our cars, homes, schools, offices, airplanes, buses…
It feels like we see the world and the people around us through a frame, a view finder and that can only be part of the picture. How much does that influence our communication, tolerance, understanding of others, well-being, and humanity?
As the pandemic progresses, this lifestyle becomes more and more the normal way of going on and we are limited to our confined environments and lack of physical contact with others.
How many of our children are living mostly behind screens and communicating virtually with their friends? What influence will this have on our future as a human race?
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Very nice pics again. Humans trapped a bit. Until humankind finds a way.
One example of how this will affect humanity? Our granddaughter is 2 yo and change. She’s never been in daycare. Doesn’t know how to interact with other children. Supposedly in September 21 she will go to the “petite section” at the Lycée. Along with another 20 little kids who have never been with others. How will it work?
Yes, I think it is a fundamental change we are all going through, young and old. It would be very interesting to hear how she handles it.
They will adapt. Her older brother has been learning to read, write, (plus French) on-line for a year and a half… (I’m the only one speaking French to him… Tsss.) 😉