Do you enjoy your online life more than offline?

Asked By: BloviatingBuffoon 70+, F  47 minutes ago

Why or why not?

Posted by Me Nov 8th, 2013 at 2:32AM

Online is for for me like living in dreams, offline in reality.
I send out feelings, thoughts, proposals … to people in dreams, and I receive the fruit of my work offline.
This may change in the future when I can use the Internet more efficiently. Other people might transform the world by their designs and applications, and they may enjoy much more their activities in the virtual world.
However, I may feel inconvenient if my computer is out of order. Half of my life may become paralyzed due to lack of daily news and stored data.
Perhaps, my balanced life now is minor half online and major half offline. I really love the Internet.


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Baha’u’llah says:

 When certain links become rusty, they are broken by unseen forces, to be replaced by newer and better ones. There are certain colossal events which transpire in the world of humanity which are required by the nature of the times. For example, the requirements of winter are cold, snow, hail and rain – but the birds and animals who live for six months, enjoying a short span of life, not realizing the wisdom of winter, chide and make lament and are discontent, saying, “Why this awful frost? Why this hail and storm? Why not the balmy weather? Why not the eternal springtime? Why this injustice on the part of the creator? Why this suffering? What have we done to be meted out with this catastrophe?”

However, those souls who have lived many years and have acquired much experience and have weathered many severe winters realize that in order to enjoy the coming spring they must pass through the cold of winter.

Dost thou think thy body a small thing, while in thee is enfolded the universe?

(Abdu’l-Baha, Divine Philosophy, p. 116)


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