The clear solution is no, you must not, but it does raise questions about what we’re doing as a society and what we’re missing out on. Instead of realizing aims and realizing dreams and going we’re sitting in front of a YouTube display observing others enjoy themselves. An excellent example of this is a YouTube star. PewDiePie is well-known for his videos where he’ll play with video games and also make remarks about the.
Seems like a fun little hobby, but for him it’s a full time occupation where he raked in over $7 million dollars that say about a society when instead of playing video games we observe other folks have fun playing with them. It’s not even that we’ve got the demand to observe someone achieve their goals or visions and never really achieve any of ours. Another good example is the way significant celebrity gossip has become in our society (A simple pun on this particular post).
We would like to achieve something, but nothing is really being achieved by talking about all the junk. Perhaps ours ought to quit whining, discussing, or making a mockery of matters which don’t pertain to us and begin coping with junk that does. Ours may truly be achieving what we would like to do instead of eyeing up what others are seeing through as a result.