We’re in a relationship with technology. We’ve fallen in love with something that was designed to make life easier, but instead it has programmed, distracted, and disconnected us. Technology had taken on a form of becoming more advanced to where it knows us personally. It knows our likes, desires, and the things that drive and motivate us to stay engaged and connected to virtual reality.
I recently watched the Netflix documentary, The Social Dilemma, and found it to be quite disturbing and informative. It only confirmed what I’ve already known for some time. We live in a disconnected virtual society that has adapted to having an Artificial Intelligent lifestyle.
People are more connected to their devices than to each other. We spend more time on our phones than we do with ourselves. Devices have become the baby sister and our primary source of entertainment. Our children are digital babies.
This film clearly shows how the whole system of social media and technology work together to keep us holding our phones more than we hold hands, a conversation, a book, or a pen.
The release of the documentary goes hand in hand with the “New World Order” agenda, social distancing, keeping people disengaged from one another, and having them rely more and more on technology and social media. This is the new normal for us and generations to come. Human interaction is becoming obsolete and humanity is becoming extinct.
We are evolving into robots. We’re in the middle of a social experiment as willing participants. Real relationships and the unit of a family is being neglected. Having conversations with our mouths has been demoted to our fingers through texting, sexting, and online dating.
Once again, like every election year, we find ourselves caught up in racial wars, divided over which white man is the best to rule over us. Racism is not our biggest problem. We are not colors, we are people, human beings, kinfolk of the same creator. We bleed the same, feel pain the same, want love, freedom, success, and happiness.
It’s our souls that are different. There are those amongst us who seek to do evil, while fronted by good deeds. We are all being misled. The question I’m asking is, “What do you want to evolve into?”
The real war is against our humanity, morality, and civilization as we know it. I’m apart of that movement. Instead of allowing social media and technology to use you, flip the script and use it productively and mindfully instead.
The difference between us and Ai technology is our moral compass, and once we lose all direction and connection, we become mindless empty vessels.
The message of the cross is foolish to those who are headed for destruction! But we who are being saved know it is the very power of God. As the Scriptures say, “I will destroy the wisdom of the wise and discard the intelligence of the intelligent.” So where does this leave the philosophers, the scholars, and the world’s brilliant debaters? God has made the wisdom of this world look foolish.I Corinthians 1:18-20