Is This Our Future?

2022

Let’s prove them wrong!

“Communication is merely an exchange of information, but connection is an exchange of our humanity.” ~Sean Stephenson

“Carve your name on hearts and not on marble.” ~Charles Spurgeon

“Happiness is only real when it’s shared.” ~Chris McCandless

“Therefore, let us pursue the things which make for peace and the things by which we may build one another up.” ~Romans 14:19

          “If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong       to each other.” ~Mother Teresa

Reconnect!

About mitchteemley

Writer, Filmmaker, Humorist, Thinker-about-stuffer
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36 Responses to Is This Our Future?

  1. francisashis says:

    Yes ,it was perfect prediction.🌹👍🙏

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  2. Connect is more important than anything.

    but the Jetson’s promised flying cars by 2020 …

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  3. kendorphin says:

    I think some governments want this. Including here in UK. Controlling populations. As long as we keep voting certain privileged individuals in they keep their cushy lives. We matter less to them than they do.

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  4. numrhood says:

    romans 39:44 thou shall fall unto the mountains of israel

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  5. Dora says:

    Those are awfully big helmets.

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  6. Their cars are pretty small – they’re actually closer to one another – and they can see one another’s faces! Just sayin …
    Either way, it’s very sad.

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  7. c.f. leach says:

    Mitch—Great Post. You and I must be kindred spirits. Humanity has got to reconnect or we are coming one step closer to imploding as a societal force. Blessings and Peace.

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  8. revruss1220 says:

    Sadly, I think this vision is stunningly accurate. We may not be locked inside plastic bubbles, but we often seem to be locked inside our respective social media echo chamber “bubbles” just as tightly. Those visionary Italians!

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  9. I saw this on Facebook some time back. Creepy. Give me back my old normal! Or heaven. Heaven is good 😊🙏🏻

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  10. That’s not prescient at all. The clothes are all wrong. 😀

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  11. Christo N says:

    Love the McCandless reference, interesting stuff, all the best

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  12. Paul says:

    Picture made me laugh! I think it’s John Maxwell who has written the book, ‘Everyone Communicates, Few People Connect’, it’s on my wish list!

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  13. We are all connected. ❤ I've always been partial to the Trilby…

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  14. Pam Webb says:

    We are currently in our own bubbles in many ways.

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  15. Patty H says:

    The magazine photo is real, but it was about their traffic problems in the cities.

    The writing within the photo “Ecco come potrebbe essere alleggerito, se non del tutto risolto, il problema del traffico nelle citta: anziche le attuali ingombranti vetture, delle minuscole auto monoposto che occupano una minima superficie e che potrebbero essere battezzate <>. Walter Molino ha immaginato qui l’aspeto della stessa strada della prima tavola qualora venisse adottata su larga scala la nuova soluzione.

    Translates to:
    Here’s how the problem of traffic in cities could be eased, if not completely solved, rather than the current bulky cars, tiny single-seater cars that occupy a small area and could be christened cars. Walter Molino imagined here the same road as the first table if the new solution was adopted on a large scale.

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  16. Patty H says:

    That’s strange. Part of the translation got eliminated after I sent. I will try again:

    Here’s how the problem of traffic in cities could be eased, if not completely solved, rather than the current bulky cars, tiny single-seater cars that occupy a small area and could be christened cars. Walter Molino imagined here the same road as the first table if the new solution was adopted on a large scale.

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  17. Patty H says:

    Okay. I will rewrite without the symbols before and after: after christened, it says a few .1 cars.

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  18. That was some prediction. Who would have thought bubbles would become such a defining word.

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  19. Ann Coleman says:

    The second worst thing about this pandemic is how it has managed to isolate us from one another, particularly the elderly. We do need that connection, so desperately!

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  20. usfman says:

    Watching the NBA in a bubble and baseball now it’s no fans provides an eerie prognosis of what normal life may be like from now on.

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