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Artificial Intelligence & Society

It has been a while since I did one of these posts. But recently due to the influx of news on artificial intelligence (AI), it got me thinking about how it may affect society. Before we start here, let it be known that I’m not a ‘Luddite’, in fact I have quite a bit of educational background in Computer Science and Database Administration. However the point of the concerns I raise here are to get you the readers thinking and share any solutions you may have found or come up with. Let’s start.

What is an AI?

For those who don’t know what an AI really is, here is a very basic run down. AI is essentially a program built on mathematical algorithms that are meant to emulate human thinking and to a lesser degree, creativity. When we say emulate human thinking, we mean that it should be able to absorb the knowledge that is fed to it, in the case of AI, it can be stored in a database ready for quick access by the AI itself. Meaning as long as storage is available, it can absorb limitless information, at least far more than a human could in one second. Creativity is something that is possible with AIs, but not to the extent that the imagination humans possess due to the current limitations of the mathematical algorithms and hardware. So all in all, true AI is meant to be like a human brain without the limitations of one.

Research into this has been conducted for years now, but it was never brought to the attention of the general public as much as it has been now. In recent years, AI research has advanced significantly. While those looking to the future with glee and technological interest will probably love it, there are concerns that are no doubt raised by this. Below I will outline and discuss some of these concerns.

Society and jobs

The state of jobs around the world varies based on country, economic and societal structure. The health of the economy also contributes. Some places are doing great, some not so good. The places not doing so well are some times unfortunately left alone by their own government in the hopes things will improve naturally. Sadly this is never the case, the economy doesn’t naturally “fix” itself. People must help do that by stimulating it through spending, earning, buying goods and drive supply and demand.

For that to happen, jobs must be plentiful. Where does AI come into this? AI has the potential of replacing humans in several roles currently in place. This is something that may not happen for at least another 20, 30 or even 50 years, but the potential is there.

Let’s take present world for example. Remember all those jobs in factories within the automotive industry? Yeah robots have come and taken over things like car assembly. Before we would need people for that, but not anymore. These robots aren’t necessarily true AI as they are programmed to do one specific task, but the idea of automation coupled with AI should give you an idea of how powerful and destructive that can be if scripted robots are already able to do more than an average humans can.

Society is a fragile concept that is already shaking from terrorism, and the various imperfections plaguing it. Jobs are an essential component to keep the economy, and by effect society going. If jobs were to be taken over and automated by AI, imagine the type of effect that would have on the middle and poor class. The rich maybe able to ride the automation out without much worry, but not the middle and poor class.

Concerns with AI Job takeover

The thinking behind AI right now is that, any job that can be automated should be automated. Any job requiring tactical thinking over creative thinking. AI may have some very minor capabilities for creative thinking, they are just no where near the level of humans in that department as of now. So what does that mean?

Most minimum wage jobs are at risk of being replaced by AI. Any job that has repetitive tasks can be, and will most likely be replaced. Jobs like:

  • Retail store clerk (Sales associate, floor associate, cashier, etc.)
  • Waiters
  • Fast Food workers (that are below the managerial level)
  • Customer Service Representatives
  • Financial Advisors and Planners (Investment advisors may also be at risk in the future)
  • Administrative Assistants
  • Virtual Assistants
  • Any position below a manager’s level and one that doesn’t require much face to face and creativity in customer service
  • and more…

Above I have named just a few jobs. All of them aren’t necessarily minimum wage, but for some of the jobs mentioned, there is already software that can do parts of it. Take accounting for example. Before Accountants had bookkeeping as part of their responsibilities, some places they still do. But now there is software out there like QuickBooks to help you do that. Accountants then can focus on the other aspects of the job while overseeing the software’s results.

Unlike humans, a machine never needs to rest, take breaks to eat, drink water, sleep, go on vacation, ask for a raise or anything of that sort. AI would essentially be the model employee putting humans at a great disadvantage for jobs at a high risk of automation.

Are you in a job you are worried about being automated? Find out here just how much of a risk your job is at: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-34066941

The link above is presented from 2015, so it’s quite old but still relevant. If anything, some of those values will most likely have increased by now.

We already see the effects of this in retail and fast food outside of the automotive industry. Let’s look at the larger grocery stores, they have both humans and self-checkout right now. But how long will the human element continue, it’s quite clear that the self-checkouts will take over in the future by slowly increasing their quantity over their human counterparts.

Another example would be McDonalds. They have introduced the self-order kiosks for a while now. This eliminates the need for so many cashiers as the kiosk can operate on less money, and would not need to rest. The only time they can be costly is perhaps when installing, and a major maintenance or a patch job is needed.

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There is even an AI robot serving drinks in the Robots Bar and Lounge in Ilmenau, eastern Germany!

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Check out this daily mail article for more information on Carl the Bartender Robot: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2379966/Carl-robot-bartender-pours-drinks-customers-German-bar.html

No, this does not mean that every bartender is going to be replaced. What this should tell you is of the potential in robots, AI and automation for these jobs. AI still has a long way to go however before they can get around to replacing bartenders due to the creativity involved in mixing various drinks all the while adding their own little touches to it.

But lets take a look at another job, teaching assistant. That job has many aspects to it, some are repetitive tasks, while others are more intellectual in nature. Well there is a professor who built an AI teaching assistant to help answer student questions using existing technology such as IBM Watson. You can read about it here: http://www.businessinsider.com/a-professor-built-an-ai-teaching-assistant-for-his-courses-and-it-could-shape-the-future-of-education-2017-3

There have even been tests into robots in an official educational setting. For example, there was one in which an AI powered robot was given the lead to teach a class of university students. We are not talking elementary kids, but adults in a university level education. That should say something about the technology, its abilities and the advances people are looking to make with it.

But the most prominent use of AI that I have come across is how some banks in Japan have already started switching over to as human free as possible. Keep in mind though that this is for roles that don’t require much creative thinking and are based around set tasks such as simple bank transactions, getting news on the latest developments in the financial world and banking product information as well as signing up for them. There has also been news of a Japanese Insurance firm replacing some workers with AI. That can be found here: https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2017/jan/05/japanese-company-replaces-office-workers-artificial-intelligence-ai-fukoku-mutual-life-insurance

Now, where do concerns come into this exactly?

Below I have listed out some in point format for easier reading:

  • If AI has the potential to replace humans, even to the level of CEO as Alibaba’s founder puts it, then what use will there be for humans in the job world? Only creative endeavors may remain, unless AIs develop even beyond human limitations.
  • If minimum wage jobs are looking to be completely automated and replaced with robots, what will students looking for part time work to help fuel and control their expenses during studying do? Most decent jobs nowdays require a Bachelor’s even for entry level.
  • The technological aspect of the market will grow with AI, but not everyone is suited to tech jobs. What will happen to those left out of a job?
  • Is society prepared for such a huge change? We are talking about something like another industrial era here.
  • If people are displaced from jobs with little to no sign of being able to once again enter the workforce, what will the government do about them? How will it make sure that there is no growing tensions between the various classes (rich, middle, poor)?
  • If AI has the potential to be as smart as it is said to be, then there may come a day where humans are put out of work completely. People talk about the convenience factor more often than not, but what convenience is there if it can’t be afforded?
  • Will societies and governments react too late to these changes?

Those are some of my concerns. Now I’m not saying I have the answer to all of the questions posed above, but I do have some ideas to get started. Elon Musk has always been a believer of a set universal income, in which you get money from the government to help maintain a certain standard of living. If you earn anything else, that would be extra income then. In a sense it could be like welfare, but it maybe charged at the same tax level as normal income. This, or something similar is necessary if we are to look into a future where AIs do all the work and humans just kick back.

Another alternative is that while keeping and maintaining most career roles we have today, we supplement them with AI aid. So humans no longer have to engage in the repetitive tasks of their jobs, but instead can focus more on the intellectual, creative and innovative aspects of it. Of course if your jobs is all about repetition, then you are pretty much screwed. However there have been initiatives to fight back the automation and keep people employed. So there is that to consider.

At the end of the day, you have to ask yourself, how much are you willing to work with an AI?

Are you going to be happy consuming food produced by robotic arms all coded to create the same flavors?

Personally I’m not comfortable with the idea of eating the food produced down to specifications by robots. There is something special about eating food produced by human hands as everyone makes it differently. I can work with AI if it is there to supplement the job, but if it is there to do the job, things can become more difficult. I personally find something disturbing about talking to an AI robot day in and day out. Imagine going to the bank and interacting with an AI to get financial advice. Just imagine talking to that monitor that is coded to respond based on logic and facts. The bit about it being very logical and factual may sound great as there is little room for error in judgement that way, but then what about people whose circumstances are special and require a more emotionally understanding individual?

That connection between human social interaction can never be fully replicated by robots or AI.

Let’s wrap this up

Honestly, what I have said here isn’t even scratching the surface of the issues that are posed with the advent of AI and their potential implementation on a mass level. Here is an interesting article concerning Elon Musk and Stephen Hawking and their rather cautious outlook for AI. It maybe a good read for you: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2907069/Don-t-let-AI-jobs-kill-Stephen-Hawking-Elon-Musk-sign-open-letter-warning-robot-uprising.html

Does this mean that we should all fear, and hate AI and robots? No, they can be very beneficial if implemented properly to work alongside humans. But if they are implemented with the intention of improving, and at one point in the future putting most if not all of humans out of a job, then we damn well better be prepared for that day. Because if we aren’t, humans may have another revolution, or a war on their hands within their own societies.

What are your thoughts on artificial intelligence and its potential effects for the future on society?

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A Lucid Bus Journey

Got a little something different for a post today. Hope you enjoy reading! 🙂

Recently I had a lucid dream. In that dream I was at my most peaceful that I have been in days, weeks and perhaps even months. I will start by describing the dream in as much detail as I can.

The dream started with me being at a university, surrounded by my classmates asking questions of our professors, doing our work or chatting to one another. That particular bit of the dream is somewhat cloudy for me as that is not where the lucidness comes into play. This dream you see, it went from being a normal to a lucid dream.

It was when I was on a bus to go home, it was then the dream became a lucid dream. This bus essentially went across the city directly from the university to designated spots throughout the streets. I remember riding the bus with my head resting against the cool glass window. I was looking outside where I was met with a vibrant vermilion colored sky. Occasionally the sun would reveal itself from behind a few clouds to shine a direct glare my way, but it didn’t bother me in the slightest. Instead it made me smile from the warmth my skin felt.

It was during these happy feelings that the dream truly felt lucid. During this whole bus journey, I would look out the window and appreciate the different scenery that would be placed before my eyes. My smile would grow wider just sitting in that seat, relaxing, and enjoying the simplicity of the moment. At the same time I knew this was a dream because a music that I have come to fondly like and somewhat attributed to such moments was playing in the background like it would in a movie.

The musical soundtrack is called: Goodbye by Nurko

Check it out, it is definitely a great song to listen to even if you are not into this type of music necessarily.

With “Goodbye” playing in the back and me sitting there and enjoying the moments, I felt at peace. This peace was something that somehow bled through to my waking reality. The inner peace this one lucid dream provided was profound for me. Lucid dreams never have had this sort of effect on me before to this extent. In my waking reality, I was at peace with my situation even if it is not the best on certain aspects of life right now.

My emotions seemed to be completely calmed and I felt no turbulence inside whatsoever. Although I imagine to others I would look indifferent. This effect has carried over for a few days after that until the effect wore off I suppose.

But at the heart of it all I found myself asking what the lucid dream meant for me as an individual? Is there something specific the dream was trying to tell me?

If the dream was meant to take the bus and symbolize it for something, there would have been no point in making it a lucid dream. The symbolism for the bus would come across just as well. But instead feelings of happiness and peace washed me over. Maybe this was my own sub-conscious telling me to take it easy with life, or it could have been telling me to go on a journey. What type of journey it would be I don’t know.

It could be a physical journey, or a metaphorical one focused on inner change. It could also perhaps be a combination of the two, changing my surroundings to better affect me as an individual. A journey not just in the city, but maybe somewhere rural, just sitting on the bus and watching the land, the sky and taking pleasure in those simple sights.

All I know is that through that dream, I felt more alive than I did ever before without even having the need to show emotions. My insides felt rejuvenated, and no regrets, just peace. The experience in itself was truly enlightening.

Lucid dreams and nightmares have a profound power to affect us, but I have come to learn that these affect us for a good reason perhaps. These dreams are the concoctions of our own mind, our own imagination grinding away to paint these detailed and immersive worlds for us to feel, breathe and transverse through in sort of a “meta-reality”. After all our dreams can show us things we would have never imagined to have seen and help us believe in them at the same time.

I don’t know the exact meaning behind this particular lucid dream, but I am glad to have taken that ride on the bus under the warmth sun rays in a calm cityscape.

~ Mohit


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Is this World TOO COMPLEX?

It’s been a while since I posted anything on here (as usual). So let’s fix that :).

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Is this world too complex?

That is a question that I have been asking myself lately. So let’s take a look at some things that may make this world complex.

keep-calm-and-screw-politicsThere is politics, boy what a battlefield that is. But the funny thing about politics is that in the grand scheme of things in regards to planet Earth, it is all irrelevant. People don’t need politics to live, they are just there because it helps bring people into “twisted” power to govern the human world. These powers also make way for sometimes unnecessary legislation that are created just to keep several lawyers and other people employed. But those same legislation may end up making the life of the average person more difficult.

On top of that, the fact that there are permits for basically anything and everything in more developed nations nowdays makes life more complicated. For example, if you want to do some construction work on your OWN property, you need a permit. I guess its another way for the government to make money and keep track of what is happening in THEIR city. It’s like we need to ask for permission for almost everything nowdays.

But that isn’t what peaks the complication mountain for the human world. No, the worst of all is things like social media. It creates unnecessary drama, and should be purged. In fact social media should only be left for professional and or positive uses. Or have people that are constantly checking these sites to purge any drama related content. It makes life unnecessarily complicated for people. Because this drama is over the internet between people who most likely don’t know one another.

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I can go online right now and start up some crap with another stranger online, what will that gain us? Nothing really other than some superficial attention. It will complicate life for no reason.

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Society used to be simple, life used to be simple. In today’s technological world, people say that life is better than ever before. But is it really?

Look at all the regulations you have to abide by, and I’m talking about the ones that involve filling out a crap ton of legal paper work. Look at the lack of respect so many companies have for their customers, they are only their money bags after all. In the past, there was a sense of respect and to some degree honor between the two in the form of loyalty.

Don’t get me wrong, loyalty still exists. But in the form of professional loyalty, its harder to come by as so many people get riddled into the politics of the work place. So many people get distorted by the unnecessary politics and drama and so that trust, loyalty and honor start becoming meaningless.

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No, life is not simple. The human world is too complicated.

I look out the window to sometimes see rabbits passing by during the night. What do they do? Eat, drink water, sleep and occasionally mate whenever it’s mating season.

That is the definition of a simple life. They fight for survival on an equal playing field called Nature. In human society, those born into richer families have an advantage (at least for some time). Not all are born equal in the human world, but they are in Mother Nature.

The human world is too complicated. And it saddens me to say that it will only get more complicated from here on-wards thanks to the way we have evolved as a species.

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But there is one benefit to all these complications, sooner or later people are bound to realize that the world can be and is really simple. Maybe that realization may change many things that make this human world so complicated right now.

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Work towards a simpler life and a simpler human world.

~ Mohit


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Social Media may be Distorting Us

Hey everyone,

Been a while since I wrote a post on here. This time I thought to write on the topic of social media.

Now let me first get this out of the way, I have nothing against social media. Social media is a tool, the meaning to that tool is given through how it is used. My main concern lies with the usage and the meaning it’s users (not all though) maybe giving it.

To start of, what sparked my interest in writing a quick post about this is thanks to the following video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HffWFd_6bJ0

In the video the main worrying point discussed for me was the fact that social media can act a lot like drugs or alcohol, giving instant gratification with the chance of becoming addictive.

This is not false, social media definitely has that gratification feeling to it that generally is similar to say alcohol. When you are drunk, you are taken on a “ride” thanks to the release of dopamine in your brain. Social media does the same. But unlike alcohol which is less likely to be consumed 24×7 by everyone, social media can affect many for a lot of their time during the day, and it can even be 24×7.

Let’s look at another video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QWoP6jJG3k

The main point in this video is talking about the importance of “fame” to young kids these days who use social media. Because let’s be honest here, we all like having our work be acknowledged. Knowing that someone out there acknowledged our work is definitely going to give us some gratification. But as the video also discusses, there is also the opportunity to have your work be slandered online, or worse, you could be cyber bullied.

There is also the interesting point of day dreaming and imagination in that video. According to the video, teens don’t tend to drift off as much as they would have in the days without social media or any of the technology we have today. I agree that it helps train the mind to be more empathetic, but it also keeps the imagination healthy and alive. Why else do we see kids losing their imagination as they grow up? This would be one of those reasons. They are too busy trying to obtain “fame”/instant gratification online for causes that may mean nothing in the long run.

Social media as I said before is a tool. The meaning is given to that tool through its usage. People who use social media to help share causes they care about to BETTER THE WORLD, or help share useful and practical knowledge, in my opinion you are doing it RIGHT.

To those that use it in the hopes of being famous, thinking only about the likes, use it as a means to bully others or drown out MEANINGFUL content with junk posts, you are doing it WRONG.

Social media definitely has distorted us, and by effect our society to some extent. I can understand more and more now why the Millennial generation is called the Me generation. By the way, I’m from the Millennial generation.

Another good point brought up in the second video is the change in values being taught in shows these days. I don’t necessarily agree or disagree to the values being taught by the older TV shows, but one thing is abundantly clear that media has a HUGE effect on our minds. This also proves that media is just another means of controlling the populace through the messages shows send out nowdays.

Personally I’m glad I didn’t have a cell phone until I was in my 20’s. Nor did I have any social media accounts despite the pros I would hear about it from my friends at times. It kept me away from all the social media craze, it gave me moments to myself to be imaginative, creative and it also what helped me develop my interest in writing and some other creative hobbies. Had I been part of that social media craze from a much younger age, I’m sure I would be a very different person today.

To end this post, I have another video. This one is rather comedic, but also true to some extent and very well animated: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KZfvogC6G3k

~ Mohit

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Humanity Moving in the WRONG direction?

Note: This post may get a little heavy for some readers. It is one of those deep thought type of posts.

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I was just struck by this thought very recently and the more I think about it, the more I’m convinced that we may not be in the golden age we may think to be in.

In terms of the economy, all around the world it is either up, down or simply put stable. Society wise it is either improving, stable or degrading. Technologically we are booming. This is where my concern comes in when faced with the question “Is humanity moving in the wrong direction?”

b5986f573077e70f575aa789ceceed48e2426509660ba464028af04e428ae224My answer to this question is going to be very subjective as I can only answer based off of my experiences and my perception of reality. Do keep that point in mind when you read any further from here on. Also, the points I make below are not meant to be a generalization, I realize my argument won’t apply to all.

Technological innovations seem to be heard about on a daily basis in first world countries. You can hear about them even in third world countries if you have the means to. But amidst all these innovations I feel as if we are drifting further from Mother Nature. This planet, it’s ecosystem we refer to as nature gave us life.

Yet here we are in a day and age where we place more emphasis on new technological innovations. We find more pleasure in technology than we do in nature. This point I’m sure is not applicable to everyone, there are still those who value nature over technology. But with the creation of social media platforms, eSociety platforms that aim to heavily integrate technology into running a society and our smart phones I feel we are getting lost amidst all this technology.

technology-addiction-300x336Maybe I’m just burnt out on all the technology I’m surrounded by or maybe I just yearn for a more nature driven lifestyle. But when I go on the train, I see people glued to their phones and tablets watching videos. There is a whole world around you, things to be seen, observed and learned. Yet people are glued to technology like its their god. Again this doesn’t apply to everyone, but from my experience I have seen the majority attract towards technology over nature.

I think we are moving in the wrong direction. If technology is used to enhance our existence as well as the existence of other animals, its cool. Look at using digital ways of documenting, sure helps the tree population. But when we come to things like social media platforms, eSociety platforms that have social media aspects to them, I tend to ponder just how will this enhance the world as a WHOLE on a general level?

Sometimes it feels like certain aspects of technology is taking over extremely important aspects of life. Social media for example, so many people use it on a daily basis so much so that sometimes they forget to have a proper face to face conversation. Or they become so reliant on these technologies it tends to take away some important social skills. I know from experience as social media has affected me quite a bit. No doubt this is also one of the reasons I seem to be growing a certain aversion to technology.

I would much rather see people with their heads up and with a smile on the train than glued to their phones. But hey, if you are watch something hilarious feel free to laugh out loud because laughter may just spread all around the carriage bringing a little bit of joy to everyone.

o-corrupt-money-facebookFrom my perspective, humanity is going in a very bad direction. We look up to the skies hoping to colonize on other planets through our technological innovations and marvels. Yet we can’t seem to solve some of the most serious issues we have right now down here. Issues like corruption, poverty, injustice and inequality. What good will moving out into space do us if we can’t seem to grow as a species? Humanity is still taking baby steps in psychological evolution as a species, yet hoping to take giant leaps in technological advancements.

At this point I simply feel like I’m rambling, so I may as well end this post soon. Simply put, maybe people need to step back from all the technology and again find what really made it worth living on this world. It was and still are the experiences we get through personally doing something worthwhile for others, the planet and not just be stuck to using technology all day long.

But hey, for what its worth I will give credit where it is due. Human species is not all bad as this post may make it seem to be, there are good qualities. But in a distorted world like ours, it seems to me that it takes more effort to find the good than the bad.

Still I know I feel like my mind is being sucked dry nowdays by using computers and phones too much. How about you?

What do you think of the direction humanity is taking?

~ Mohit


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Detachment of the Body, Reality & the Mind

Ever hear the term detachment?

Most likely you have, if not here is one of the few handy definitions for you.

Detachment: a condition in which something has become separated from something else

Go here for more definitions on the word.

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So lately I have been feeling a sense of detachment. I suppose it would be fitting to say that this all started last week. First we had an emergency with our pet dog who turns out to be having some health issues, that I’m sure plays a part in this. Then I have also been faced with some other decisions in life which no doubt help play a role in this as well. On top of that my body fell a little ill due to the quickly changing weather from warm sunny days to very cold rainy days.

What I find most interesting in all this however is the feeling, or lack of them that one may experience during these detached experiences. We all live by our own reality, it is just on a majority of things we all tend to agree on because they can either be explained logically or scientifically and be proven through demonstrations. But there are things in life we perceive uniquely and that helps shape our reality. Now imagine where you just feel that you are drifting further away from your reality.

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What do you think that feels like?

I will preface this by saying that these are momentary, very short in their time frame. So what I experience is lightheaded, dizziness and a near total numbness of my body. That numbing causes me to loose feeling in my whole body giving a sort of a light feeling. Generally when you are lightheaded, your mind will tend to go blank, or just drift away into the deeper cracks of your mind. I suppose that is what has happened with me as well as every time I come back, I feel as if I had left my reality for a moment in favor of whatever lies within my imagination, or in favor of simply drifting in a void.

It may sound sad to some, while to others it may sound like a nice momentary escape. To me, I think it happens for a reason. It happens to help the mind cope with the stress, negativity and the burdens we all experience as adults due to the trivialities we must deal with of living in human society. This is further enhanced by the fact that if you are a young adult struggling to get off the ground, that imagined land, or the void may seem more favorable in place of the reality you perceive daily.

Is this healthy?

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In short doses, maybe. I mean we all need to get away from just about everything in our life sometimes. But if you do this all the time, or most of the time then I would say you are compromising your survival in human society. Sadly we all can’t just sleep forever living in our perfect world, we are not the center of the universe for the rest of the human population.

But that feeling of drifting away to a better place will no doubt be now deeply ingrained in my mind.

Thanks for stopping by and reading. Got something to contribute or just want to comment? Don’t hesitate to chuck it down below in the comments section :).

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~ Mohit

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Are We Slaves? + Some Inspiration

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Found this interesting video on YouTube:

And one that has some inspirational and motivational content in it:

Thoughts? Put them in the comments below :).

~ Mohit