The virtues/vices of virtual reality.

“Dreams don’t work, unless you do.” We must have heard it a bunch of times. That doesn’t mean we really understand it though. I didn’t. For quite some time.

And most of us, tend to choose ignorance at this point, because let’s be real, it can be a really terrifying, confusing, apprehensive and difficult phase.

We, the millennials, are a tech- savvy gen next. Screens are our best friends and it’s obvious to get a little too attached. Specially when we are trying to ignore or escape the pressures of reality. Attached up to a point, it controls and consumes us. Prevents us from functioning to our best of ability.

Be it ignorance or procrastination, I always put off things till tomorrow what I didn’t want to do today.

And then one fine day, I woke up to find myself at crossroads of my life, a point from where my entire life could go a certain way.

It is very easy to get lost in the virtual world. Hence, this friendly reminder to not let it.

Switch off that television screen, don’t waste your time watching someone else live their life, but go out and live your own. Press that red button on the remote, turn off your cellular data and WiFi, sure it’ll prick you for a second. But also it will open up a whole new set of possibilities for you.

Anything beyond a limit is harmful.

Lot’s of love,

Brown girl on a budget 🙂

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