This I Fear

This earthly journey can lead through some very dark and seemingly endless forests. So often, the path appears as an endless circle going nowhere…darkness behind and darkness ahead. The screams from within never seem to be heard. I am alone. Is this what it’s like to go insane?

Many have, yet few admit it, the thoughts and feelings above. They offer you a faint smile and send you on your way. They stand next to you in a gathering and give the appearance that all is fine. They are your family, your neighbor, your friend, your boss, your co-worker, etc.

This may sound like a fable to you, but give it some thought. Think about how it was before all the gadgets took our focus off of others. Think about the cost of excluding the personal touch in our relationships. Think about a museum where in this display is a historic “hug” that used to be commonplace, now only a memory. The next display, a “mailbox”; the next “the sound of the human voice” which no gadget can replace because it comes from the heart and soul. The tour could go on as many displays are being prepared by our choices…

This is only an attempt to cause you to think for I am not wise enough to convince you nor do I choose to wage war with opinions. This I fear; the first paragraph will become the norm rather than the exception if technology continues to control us.

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7 thoughts on “This I Fear

  1. Substance to reflect upon; thank you for sharing, Ann.

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  2. Reblogged this on Ann Marquette and commented:
    This is a profound thought provoking sad path to be on 😦

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  3. Yes it is a sad fear indeed. And our society wonders why there are so many suicides and killings!!!

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  5. It is a grievous thought indeed, and I agree with it completely.

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