The techno gadget world has virtually shackled us in life chains, locking out human interaction. We are all guilty of being glued to social media.
Gary Turk, writer, filmmaker and spoken word artist, reflects on the social media weapon of human disintegration in his Youtube video, ‘Look up,’ which has taken the foreground in urging audiences to LOOK UP.
“I have 422 friends, yet I’m lonely.” In his video, a man decides to ask for directions instead of scrolling Google maps. The video skips ahead to the future showing a true love scene that needed interaction to launch. The video shares concern for children experiencing life clogged in social media.
“When you’re too busy looking down, you don’t see the chances you miss.”
He then ends by asserting this:
“Stop watching this video,” he concludes, “and live life the real way.”
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