We live in a noisy environment which does not let us concentrate and think. People buried in the noise of traffic, social media, and surroundings lose the ability to decide for themselves.
We are free to choose. However, constant noise disrupts the balance. Why do you think monks and entrepreneurs such as Tim Ferriss meditate? They seek for solutions, peace, and balance.
If we would check after one hundred years the value created by social media, would we see something significant was built?
I wonder what kind of value noise brings to humanity?
Overall social media does a good job, especially when news and events are not compatible with individuals who use power against weaker human beings. However, you need to be a big shot in Hollywood to attract the attention of majority. Otherwise, essential issues become buried with the piles of fake and momentarily news.
You heard, read it and forgot. It is not suitable for human evolution that noise created by newspapers, TV, social media, weakens our ability to think and decide what is right for us. I do not talk about the last model of iPhone, but I think that we lose the ability to look forward and make right choices.
We make choices every day, starting from the morning and ending before it. People who are conscious can control their dreams at night. It would be great that we could decide towards big things for example how we would like to live, what do we want to achieve.
Unfortunately, we did not learn at school or in colleges how to think. Earl Nightingale, the famous broadcaster, told that dressing up and going to shower, do not count as the thinking.
We must think diligently, knowing or searching and learning about ways how to improve ourselves.
Obstacles For the Right Thinking
Most of us are born in families who lived n the same way as parents and grandparents lived. Nothing is wrong about that just we can stay in the same level of evolution as our family is. I read that the student is bad who cannot achieve better results as the teacher did.
I guess it is more difficult to overcome fears and stubbornness, however, after some time, things will change for the good.
Influence of social media, TV, newspapers, friends, family, and teachers is enormous.Being in the environment which does not push you to innovate, ask questions, and think for yourself, could leave you at the same level as you were before.
You will hear statements that this or this is best and will work just fine for you. However, these statements are from the other side. You have your own mind too. You have tasks to accomplish in Earth and leave it a little better as it was before. It would seem as the overstatement, however, think about yourself. Are you happy?
Sometimes I think that loud noise from surrounding environment is a tool to divert our attention to directions where somebody wants you to be.
If you would tell me that kind of value loud noise adds, I would be happy to discuss.
Why Do I Talk About Loud Noise?
People are not relaxed as they were before. There is not so many of serious and interesting but joyful ways how to live and lead our lives.
The loud noise from everywhere silences our ability to create, think ahead and make reasonable decisions. This loud noise does not add value. It throws out of the balance and leads to misery. There is no relaxation, joy or meaning, just noise.
It is the reason why people climb mountains, fight with each other, try various ways how to escape the loud noise from the environment. They want to change lives, but most of us do not know how to do it.
One of the answers is the meditation. It saved the sanity of many lost souls which now do just great.
Let’s Wrap Up
Most of us live in civilized societies. We have so many good things in lives but usually, we do not recognize it. Loud noise from the social environment such as newspapers, various media diverts our attention from serious issues and could put as in a sleeping mode. Loud noise does not add value to us. We could choose better directions for ourselves, our families, and communities if we would learn how to think rationally, intelligently, and insightfully.