Put down your device and live

We have become so good at virtual reality that we mostly fail to distinguish between it and the real world. We miss so much of life. And because the biochemical rewards elicited by device use are so much more easily obtained, we use it as a substitute (often unconsciously) for the much more difficultly won, but far more fulfilling rewards of actual achievement.

This is an amazing poem that captures it perfectly. It’s called “Look Up,” written and performed by Gary Turk.

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