Later that day I was driving home from the office and I started thinking about how connected we are as a society. Now this has been my rant before but I came to the conclusion that we are more connected than ever but more disconnected than ever!
Let me explain that thought before you close this tab
I feel very connected when I am on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, my iPhone or Email. I can FaceTime People, Skype, Message, Text, Tweet and have entire conversations with never opening my mouth. We can decide solutions to problems, talk with relatives and look at screens but there is something about sitting face to face with a person.
My hope coming from this post would be that you find more conversations to have face to face with people. I am the person that uses almost every social media avenue so I don't think they are bad; I would just prefer to have more human interactions. That conversation with Matt reminded me of that. I love finding other people who are passionate about reaching lost people and Matt is one of those guys.
Now take it a step further. What would it take in your life to really find true connections with people in your local area?
And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds, not giving up meeting together, as some are in the habit of doing, but encouraging one another--and all the more as you see the Day approaching.