It Doesn’t Matter What Medium You Use, but How You Use It.

Posted on the 28 June 2014 by Luciano Pacini
It doesn’t matter what medium you use, but how you use it.Some friends in Italy, but also those around the world, sometimes tell me that I give space only to women. But what can I do if my readers are in the majority girls! I also like that!Then I started thinking: that is maybe because I talk often about existential themes so girls are more sensitive? Who knows, I still have to find out... For now, I believe that this is possible, but I also believe that you can’t measure the depth of soul, sensitivity and the ability in understanding according only to the sex of the person. However, must be something that is common in the fact of being male or female, even if at the end everybody is different. I think I will write some post about this topic.
So even though I am convinced that my themes are universal, I can not hide the fact that women have the biggest part here with their letters and topics, so today, even just to change, I post an email that I have received from a guy who have made like a proper summary of some topics of my blog. The author finds many of my concepts in his everyday life and this for me is a source of pride and satisfaction. I am sure that we are created for the endless horizons of eternity, but people keep losing many opportunities of joy and growth that each moment brings to them because they are distracted from other things of this modern society, basically they can’t handle all the input and so they loose cognition of what is really important for their lives. They do not know what to prioritize.What they should understand, however, is a simple paradox: is not important the medium that you use, but the purpose that you have.Is true that for building a different thing, you need different tools, but is more true that nowadays we have everything, and so the same medium you can use for realizing a bad thing or a good thing, it depends how you use it. I don’t mean that always the purpose justifies the medium but for example with the same car, you can take one street or another, just with the same car but your choice and your result will be different. Even when we talk about communication. In fact, I love to communicate, speak and write, but this should not be something only for myself. Also for this reason was born my blog. One of the most beautiful things, at least for me, is when I feel to be understood from other people, because don’t always happens, so to these people I feel a certain amount of admiration and I think is mutual. The important thing is always to understand each other, then you can also have different opinions, but first you have to be able to listen and know how to express yourself. Without preconceptions and prejudices that spoil your way of understanding and living. In this way, even a simple dialog but with the right person, will become an important occasion for inner enrichment.Luciano Pacini

From (Private email)Sent: Tuesday, May 20, 2014 15:00To: Pacini LucianoSubject: Luciano’s answers

Ciao Luciano I loved reading the "my thoughts" page, it was as if I could have written it myself! I absolutely agree with many of the points that you made, the most important being "give a smile." Everyday I notice far too many people that seem to be mad, upset, or worried while walking down the street. Hundreds of people walk past me everyday, without the slightest hint of emotion. Smiling brings happiness to not only yourself, but to those around you! I believe too many people are un-attached from reality, utilizing smartphones during every moment of their life. It has created a world where the only time some people can smile is when their facebook post receives 100 "likes." Everyday I notice the massive amount of people that are glued to their phone or tablet, only glancing up before quickly crossing the street. Human to human interaction is decreasing, while people are beginning to text each other from across the room! There have been too many times when I have walked into a bar and the majority of the people are sitting on chairs in a group, but no one is looking up from their phone! Where did the days of meeting and speaking to new friends disappear to?  No longer do people smile at each other in the streets while passing by, and if I were to smile to a stranger, he or she would probably think I am weird! Yes, technology has produced massive improvements in the way we live our lives, but has it also turned us into zombies?  Has it created a generation of people that no longer know how to interact with others? I agree when you said "life is a trip," but unfortunately many people do not understand that concept. Too many individuals are going through life living each day exactly like the one before! Nothing new is experienced, no new friends are made, and no deviation is made from the usual routine. It has created a culture of clones that are simply passing through life without truly experiencing the joys it has to offer! I was wondering if you agree with this statement (that technology is ruining human interaction) and what the solution may be.Ciao!Taylor P

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