Relationships were meant for ease, comfort and peace of mind till technological revolutions. Those were the days when people used oriental, classical approaches with a traditional, cultural mindset to develop and strength relations.
With the advancements in scientific technologies and outburst of modern tools of communications, human beings lost the all important desire of developing error free relationships.
Flawless communication tools such as social media, what’s app, skype and many more have stiffened the true and free flowing emotions culminating into an ‘intolerant’ love.
These modern tools are not meant to be blamed to be very honest. They are devised for the comfort and easing out the process of interpersonal harmony.
But we rely on them for passing on feelings of love, hatred, condolences and congratulations which has disturbed the overall balance, the natural integrity of a ‘free falling society’.
It’s not only about teens and adolescent who are addicted to modern tools for ‘generating’ relations. The older ones too want to have a taste of it. But aren’t capable enough of sorting out the communication modes and processes, necessary to bind the already created relationships together.
Have a deep look into an individual community, a classical rural set up of remotest of destinations off and on African coasts; you will feel that something is missing.
‘That something’ is the impetus, which is mandatory and fundamental to the existence of true, natural, classical feelings which gels the community into one unit.
We are more inclined towards formal approaches and courtesies thus missing out the main ingredient of truly harmonious societies and cultures.
Man is a social animal and society means a group of people with some common bindings in the form of faiths, cultures and traditions.
Superficial approaches have undone the traditional ones and this is one of the many reasons of disgruntled societies spread far and wide.
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