basics about us as humans = very social creatures.
- massively increased our population > more & more find ourselves to be rather lonely.
- western cultures > normal for a child to move out when they’re 18 and to begin their own lives
- focusing on careers => families + friends pushed aside
- very toxic view of life
- time to reach out to those you love, those you care about + maybe those you don’t know
One of the basics about us as humans is that we are very social creatures. Thousands of years ago, we stayed together in groups, formed our own societies and relied on each other for support, safety, food and families. As society has gone on, we’ve definitely massively increased our population, but more and more of us find ourselves to be rather lonely.
In western cultures, it’s normal for a child to move out when they’re 18 and to begin their own lives, whether that be career or college. Maybe our kids come back for a holiday here or there, or a birthday, but usually families don’t see each other daily. We have societies in the east who find themselves hyper focused on careers, and families and friends are pushed aside as we strive to do better at work and with our career…
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