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Children of the Screen

Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay
Image by Ben Scherjon from Pixabay

What are we losing? Each other. We might be invited to dinner or someone’s house and the host might never put their phone down.

We are losing the great outdoors. We’ve learned how to navigate the World Wide Web but have forgotten how to get along in the real world.

We are losing the ability to connect with nature as a teacher and mentor.

We are losing the idea to develop our telepathic and intuitive gifts that may allow us to communicate with animals or nature.

We are losing the coping skills that come from hope and wonder; looking up at the sky, wondering why we are here, seeding our faith.

Image by Alexas_Fotos from Pixabay

Unplug and take a few minutes to go outside.

Take a nature walk.

Plan an unplugged day or afternoon, or holiday.

Prioritize your relationship with nature like we prioritize checking the market, stats, social media and our other pulling screen events.



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