You wake up and open your laptop to check email updates and notifications on the projects you handle. By the time you finish a third of the tasks, you look at the time and realize that you'll be late for school. You abandon your breakfast plans and head to the shower room. You're all set when you notice that your bed isn't fixed yet so you hurry and pick the blanket that's tossed to the bed's railing.
Living in a fast-paced world is not a walk in the park. Everything should be planned and prioritized. In the process, you may overlook important things. You become nothing more than a machine.
A growing number of researches are focusing on the development of autonomous learning robots, brain – machine interface and the like. The rapid advancement of technology widens the capability of science to develop great technologies. However, studies should be grounded on a set of morals-ethics- that will not threaten or devaluate humans and other living things.
No person can overcome all endeavors on their own. Hence the cliché, "No man is an island." Unfortunately, there are some people who choose to go on their journey alone. Some think that they must do everything or they can do anything by themselves.
People who are afraid of being turned down or ridiculed resist the urge to ask help even when they really need to. Why? Is it because of pride? For some, it is. For others, it is because they have developed a predisposition to carry the weight of the world on their shoulders.
Our society demands too much perfection in various fields. Manufacturing companies strive for zero defect in their products. Enterprises create business models before going into business ventures. Celebrities make lots of effort in maintaining flawless fair skin. Everything is based on a carefully structured paradigm. Everything is based on calculations. These in turn create a norm that does not almost tolerate imperfections.