New Life #137 – Social Networking and the Evolution of Human Life
Dr. Michael Laitman in conversation with Oren Levi and Nitzah Mazoz
The evolution of human life is in the connection between increasingly opposing parts. We have an egoistic desire to be alone and we subsequently come to understand that there is nothing to live for in isolation. We create social networks because they develop our senses for absorbing the world and life itself. A social network is like a game or adventure in which we search for the spiritual dimension, the inner energy, or the soul. From the beginning of the 20th century, the great need for connection was awakened and developed through radio, television, and finally, the Internet. It is impossible to restrict this innate desire for connection. Rather, we need to be educated according to what contributes to the tendency of nature to connect all of us as one. All of nature is a network without wires, adapters, and waves. Within it, we begin to feel a new life, beyond time, movement, and location. A platform rises from the Earth to a new dimension. We build a kind of bubble, which is like a vessel that flies between galaxies. Sharing takes on a life of its own. Establishing unity between a small circle of people within the network elevates the entire system to new heights based on open, whole, and positive communication.
From KabTV’s “New Life #137 – Social Networking and the Evolution of Human Life,” 2/7/13
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