Why Face to Face?

The most important issue that faces our generation today is the lack of face to face conversations. It is quite simple yet our generation suffers from screen addiction which leads us to putting our head in our phone while face to face with other people. In today’s world, you can learn so much from one face to face conversation. Personally, I pride myself in taking life lessons from face to face conversations whether it’s with my family or with the man or woman working the front desk at CVS. Although we’ve talked about this issue of screen addiction among adolescence over and over again it is an issue that cannot be addressed enough. Phones are made to be addicting each year when a new phone set to be released it being worked on there are large amounts of developers that do everything they can just so one can be addicted to their screen causing more people to buy Iphones. As the years go on the age we get addicted to cellular devices will become younger and younger. It’s important to know that although you can learn a lot in school the bigger life lessons are learnt in face to face conversation. Charles Dickens once said it best saying, “Electric communication will never be a substitute for the face of someone who with their soul encourages another person to be brave and true.” This idea of how important face to face communication has been around for centuries and will never go away no matter how advanced technology becomes.

Link to Photo: https://neilparkhurst.com/2015/11/01/agile-principle-7-face-to-face-conversation-is-the-best-form-of-communication/

 

 

 

 

1 thought on “Why Face to Face?

  1. marcosecchiaroli6762

    I like how this problem is frequently seen quite a lot in our school community. This is a problem that will not be stopped as long as phone are around and in our hands. The quote about face to face conversation always being better is very accurate.

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