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To Fear Love is to Fear Life. – Bertrand Russell

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To Fear Love is to Fear Life. – Bertrand Russell

To fear love is to fear life, and those who fear life are already three parts dead. – Bertrand Russell

As we grow more connected to the outside world, we also paradoxically distance ourselves from the “real” people right in front of us. Between Twitter, Facebook, email, and the ever-increasing prevalence of the computer in our lives, it’s becoming increasingly rare to have a face-to-face conversation about anything at all, let alone anything of real substantive value to ourselves and our loved ones.

I advocate a “back to basics” approach that cuts off the ongoing encroachment of technology and reminds us that we’re not cyborgs, but fully functioning human beings. Here are 8 ways to cultivate more love in life that will help you “ground” yourself and interact more completely with your life, instead of just reporting on it on social media.

8 Ways To Cultivate More Love in Life

 

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