Life, Love, and Passports

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I remember the absolute excitement when I joined the biggest online community that connected you with friends around the globe. The joy of finding long-lost friends just kept me coming back for more. They find you or you find them and it takes about a day to catch up with all you’ve missed out on. After being totally thrilled to make contact you come to the stark realisation that you now have very little in common with your contacts. There are cases of course where you ignite old flames of friendship and it progresses steadily.

It’s crazy to think that thirty years ago visiting neighbours unannounced, calls to landlines and getting the daily newspaper was the order of the day. These days most conversations seem to take place online and via instant messaging services. In my opinion tone and intent are often lost in translation leading to many misunderstandings. Nothing beats a good old-fashioned person to person conversation. There is no substitute for human contact-yet!


2 responses

  1. I absolutely agree, the only reason I started blogging is moving to a place where I do not know anybody 🙂

    September 27, 2011 at 10:15 pm

    • I guess the bottom line is that we need each other. No man is an island!

      September 29, 2011 at 9:44 pm

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