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Use the Message System of the Heart

Use the Message System of the Heart Inspired Information through Gillian MacBeth-Louthan

Lately it has been as if we are all sitting in the sidecars of our cosmic Harleys just watching life go by. We are passengers, and nothing we say or do seems to make a difference. Even though we travel through life surrounded by so many, we are at the top of the spiral staircase in our DNA and our loneliness.

Everyone seems to be dialed in to a different channel, as if we are in a modern crumbling Tower of Babel, a cell tower that is splitting our atoms and communications. Everything has become virtual and fake. We text each other when we’re in the same room. Instead of touching each other and speaking, we send digital messages.

Scientists recently found that computer viruses follow a path similar to human viruses. Commonalities have been mapped. The quanta particles do not differentiate a virtual virus from a biological virus. Scientists have speculated even further, saying that one day, biological viruses will be transmitted virtually via the Internet. Are we losing our humanness and compassion due to tech? Oh yeah, we are! We now hide behind screen names, email addresses, or Twitter accounts. Mean people are still mean in or out of hyperspace. Every word counts, even in Snapchat where messages disappear. Our words will be captured in deep space one day — every one of them.