Are we too dependent on computers?

Asked By: XCrossB 26-30, M  33 minutes ago

Posted by Me Nov 23rd, 2013 at 7:05AM

Yes, it is like dependence on the pen in previous centuries.
The difference is that, in the past, not many people can afford to use the pen for learning to gain knowledge. Most people depend on the plough for daily food. Since, the majority depend on the plough, that dependence was considered as normal.
Nowadays, more and more people have to do all things on the Internet. And this will be considered as normal, when the majority of people work on it. No nations today can reject the use of computers; hence all functionaries must follow, then all schools, all other fields of activities must also follow. International dependence now becomes a must of our age.
I have become an outdated citizen in this Day. It is the Day of my children and grandchildren who work more efficiently on computers as netizens or world citizens.


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Shoghi Effendi says:

 A world federal system, ruling the whole earth and exercising unchallengeable authority over its unimaginably vast resources, blending and embodying the ideals of both the East and the West, liberated from the curse of war and its miseries, and bent on the exploitation of all the available sources of energy on the surface of the planet, a system in which Force is made the servant of Justice, whose life is sustained by its universal recognition of one God and by its allegiance to one common Revelation — such is the goal towards which humanity, impelled by the unifying forces of life, is moving.

“One of the great events,” affirms ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, “which is to occur in the Day of the manifestation of that incomparable Branch is the hoisting of the Standard of God among all nations. By this is meant that all nations and kindreds will be gathered together under the shadow of this Divine Banner, which is no other than the Lordly Branch itself, and will become a single nation.

(Shoghi Effendi, The World Order of Baha’u’llah, p. 204)


Computer a must

For world unity and peace

And also progress


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