Inevitability

It’s inevitable that time will pass, and tomorrow will come.

Also inevitable that we’ll be doing more or less the same things we’re doing today, which is consume media through technology.

It’s been this way for years, and the lifelong challenge is our relationship with inevitability.

Between the stuff we can’t control and what’s left that we can, how do we hold ourselves up? Where do we put in time for emotional connection and community? How do we act when the cards are stacked up against us?

It’s inevitable that things won’t always go our way, but bending our rules or tweaking our beliefs as culture changes can make the relationship with inevitability a lot easier.

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