Could you go a month without cell phone or internet access?

If not why couldn’t you. Please answer with legitimate reasons if you couldn’t.)

 Asked by trshack 51-55, M

 Reply By Me

 No phone easy; no Internet impossible. All my communications are through Internet (with computers and various types of phones, bought, hired, borrowed). No Internet is isolation, that means death in this Digital Age. I know that netizens are still a minority, but they will become majority in this century. Individual problems have become world problems; and world problems cannot be solved quickly and efficiently without the Internet. The mature human race will concentrate their efforts on making Internet more and more popular, even more than schools.

Foreign affairs, global trades, world security … would be in great danger if the Internet ceased to function even for only one day.
Right now, nothing is better than the Internet in the service of love, unity and peace all over the world.
Spiritually, I depend on God; physically, I depend on the Internet. Complete unity of the world is hence a practical aim of all people.

 Reply By trshack 51-55, M I agree and its sad we’ve turned to rely on a network to exist. While the world needs a network to exist. I don’t and society doesn’t. We are not better off as a society since the arrival of the electronic era. We in fact are less intelligent, creative , healthy because of it.

Reply By Me

The world is transforming positively. Today, we can trust the maturity of the human race.


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The House Of Justice says:

 Imbued with this excellence and a corresponding humility, with tenacity and a loving servitude, today’s youth must move towards the front ranks of the professions, trades, arts and crafts which are necessary to the further progress of humankind — this to ensure that the spirit of the Cause will cast its illumination on all these important areas of human endeavor. Moreover, while aiming at mastering the unifying concepts and swiftly advancing technologies of this era of communications, they can, indeed they must also guarantee the transmittal to the future of those skills which will preserve the marvelous, indispensable achievements of the past. The transformation which is to occur in the functioning of society will certainly depend to a great extent on the effectiveness of the preparations the youth make for the world they will inherit.

(The Universal House of Justice, A Wider Horizon, Selected Letters 1983-1992, p. 38)


 Youth inheriting

World marvelous achievements

For greater future  


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