Whole world is busy today, routines are hectic, people are getting mean, and no one calls you until has one’s own interest. We are in much hurry today. Lives have been narrowed to get up, go to work, breakfast on the way, work & more work, leave for home, have dinner (if you have time), make your children sleep, and then sleep.
We don’t have much time to be sensitive about ourselves then how can other manage their precious time to take interest in our lives? On one side we feel free to have nobody to have concerns about us but on the other hand our sadness turns to depression when nobody is actually there to hear us.
What an irony is this!
This 21st century has lost in social media. According to recent figures Facebook users are around 1.4 billion, where 47% of whole internet users are on Fb and almost 75% revenue of Facebook is generated from mobile advertising. And this world is unaware of what it is losing actually.
The sad reality is what we do mostly on this social media. First and foremost we make friends and a lot of friends. Then we like each other’s stuffs and share our every minute activity. What we eat, where we go, whom we met, whose concert did we attended last night, and who is our current crush we know all these stuffs about each other and have no time for the parents living in next to our room, siblings whose Continue reading