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Conversing and listening in the 21st Century!

Michele Roohani

“Life is short, art is long, opportunity fleeting, experiment treacherous, judgment difficult.”

The lost art of Conversation in the 21st century

Sadly many new technologies have contributed to increasing our isolation (TV, iPods, etc.) but it doesn’t have to be that way.

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As children, we start the conversation by playing together, as young adults our conversations become intense but something strange happens in midlife: all those ideals sediment in our heads and we get comfortable in our somehow more quiet and prosaic lives – we sink gradually to the bottom of our minds.

children playing micheleroohani

Unfortunately for many of us, by the time we get to old age, the conversation has died down completely or has diminished to a competition about who’s more sick and who’s children are more ungrateful – Man dies in solitude and silence…

Read on—http://micheleroohani.com/blog/2008/03/30/the-lost-art-of-conversation-in-the-21st-century/

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Michael Conniff

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10 comments

  1. Hello, Hal! I’m reading your blog! 😉

    But, seriously… I think spending and enjoying time with loved ones *without* constantly checking the phone/social media/etc. is more important than ever. 🙂

    We might depend on technology, especially in the midst of a pandemic, but being together, just talking, can never be replaced by anything. Imho. 😇

    VVN

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