In the News (from MacArthur Foundation): “New Study Shows Time Spent Online Important for Teen Development” There are myths about kids spending time online – that it is dangerous or making them lazy. But we found that spending time online is essential for young people to pick up the social and technical skills they need to be competent citizens in the digital age.
My Comment: This positive effect is not actually coming from the inanimate internet network or from the communication that’s stupid and pointless for the most part, but from conformity to the law of Nature, which drives us toward globalization and integration.
If the world wide web will incorporate elements of authentic cooperation, such as games based on interaction instead of virtual violence, simulating the corrected world (even for an egoistic reward – Lo Lishma), then we will advance and reveal the benefits of cooperation. Then, according to the rule, “habit becomes second nature” (Ergel Naase Teva Sheni), we will help the young generation progress toward the quality of Nature – bestowal and love (Lishma).
Laitman.com Post: Internet Pop-up Ads Fail to Understand Human Egoism
Laitman.com Post: The Internet Makes Us All Part of One Community
Laitman.com Post: Technological Connections Are There for Us to Correct Our Inner Connections
Kabbalah Today Article: The One Link Google Can’t Reach
Kabbalah Today Article: Are You Connected?