I am admittedly involved concerning the apparent decline in reading by the younger generations. They seem continually glued to a monitor or display screen, playing senseless video games-lots of which have interaction them in violent habits-or selecting to speak with their friends with out actually seeing them.
Commitment seems to be an important issue for our youthful people today-they marry later, or under no circumstances, and have children a lot later than they did years ago. Could all of this technology be placing up an invisible barrier between vital communication and relationships with others? Our skills at communicating eyeball-to-eyeball might be diminishing, and if our electrical grid fails, will we be capable of see and find one another in the dark, or will be too afraid to look? Richard can stick to technology and its future advance in our civilization.