With digital technologies we can connect with nature through our screens, exploring and experiencing the world virtually, discovering different places, culture and people.
With no money for a trip to Côte d’Ivoire , to the United States to Indonesia or to France, it is possible to Explore Assini and San-Pedro amazing oceans, seasides, lagunes and rich biodiversity, to discover the amazing Grand Canyon and to fly to Bali beaches as if we were there, imagining the breeze, the heat of the sun, and listening to the music of nature, to visit the Louvre museum at Paris sending MonaLisa a 😘
Experiencing the World through virtual reality also allows us to connect with people from different county or cultures.
From our Instagram or Facebook or LinkedIn , with just some taps we can engage a discussion with people from around the world, learning about their personal history, traditions, skills and way of thinking.
With the virtualization of our reality it is important to ask ourselves if we are truly present in our daily lives. Are we giving our full attention to real people living around us and moments that matter most?
Sometimes, we get caught up in our thoughts and fantasies, even during times of leisure.
But are we truly experiencing life in the present moment? Are we fully engaging our senses and embracing the beauty around us? Feeling means touching, tasting, hearing, smelling, eying …
inside of our greenwayofliving , we find a balance between our digital lives and the real world. While technology offers new opportunities, we shouldn’t forget the value of being present in the moment and appreciating nature and people.
We must become mindful of our digital interactions and make sure they enhance, rather than they disconnect us from our lives .