Without Love We Die - Poem by Anthony Cavuoti
Without love we die.
When we lack love, we rush time.
And seek instant gratification, in the past it was TV now it's computers, portals of cyberspace, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram soon virtually reality.
We go faster and faster.
The symptoms of our time.
The degree to which we raise children without knowing it, without giving them real love,
is a degree for which they will as adults seek instant gratifications, pursue more and more false life and pleasures in cyberspace, and less and less real human contact, experience and relationships; they will not matter much to them, only what they could obtain through them.
Marketers and advertisers will make a virtue out of this pathologies, in time the financial pressures will force some scholars to back it.
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