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the longer i lay here by jyoujo the longer i lay here by jyoujo

 " . . . souls tend to to back to  w h o feels like home . . ."

so true .

... Opening up a Pandora’s box of forces that we may not fully understand,

there is already evidence that technology is destroying jobs, stagnating incomes and increasing

As the process accelerates, we will begin to face problems technology cannot help us with,

new technologies are now replacing cognitive tasks.

Humans, therefore, will have to become more adept at things that machines can’t do,

namely dealing with other humans, and social skills will trump cognitive skills. . ."

this is my little preview of what's inside of my unlivable universe .

find me on I n s t a g r a m  and P i n t e r e s t   as jyoujo always !


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music ~love

a l w a y s !


i 'm sure we'll grow ...

but we'll never bloom again..

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VioletVeronika Featured By Owner Edited Jun 6, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
Ninna-Ji Temple :heart:
it's not that much visible from this perspective
but the Buddha's right hand is very similar to a flower :heart:
You are very lucky to have been in Kyoto :hug:

Now a little bit of past:
My grandmother used to say that 'the world will perish because of Science'
20 years ago I really had no idea what she was talking about.
At that time there were no computers no cell phones...
she managed to survive the war, was not even a bit 'educated'
but still when I think of Her now, She knew it all.
she was one of the Wisest people I've ever known in my life.
Wisdom is not about Education or technology.
Now crush Your phone and PC and go to people!
stand with them face to face... isn't it so much harder than simply 'typing'?
If so, and You resign, then You are one of the numerous 'Victims of Technology'
The Technology that keeps Consuming The World and Us...

I wish I didn't see images like that but I do,
more and more often....…
Traumkratzer Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016
Technology is just a tool, but to me it seems we use it as it where the solution to our problems.
It is not made for this task, and I think we use it the wrong way. We can't rely on it too much, it can break down any time...
Only between us humans we can solve the human problems. Maybe we can restore the ability to relate to each other.

Thought provoking work. I like the serenity the Buddha conveys, maybe serenity is what the world needs the most in these times.
VioletVeronika Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
''When Things get awfully tiring seek for  S i l e n c e.
Most of the times the Loudest Lessons are found in the most Quiet Corners of our lives''

                                   hope You don't mind me saying this Yoshii
                                               these words fit so well to Buddha contemplating Nature
Traumkratzer Featured By Owner Jun 19, 2016
Yes, you're right. In silence the soul can rest when it needs to.
And in silence many solutions can be found, and problems which seemed so big, shrink with every hour.
VioletVeronika Featured By Owner Jun 20, 2016  Hobbyist Photographer
In True Silence all the questions that bothered You disappear...
and there is no longer need for answers... You simply   A r e.
A funny thing about the Buddha gesture here...
when I put my fingers of both my hands in thet position... it felt like 'a perfect match' 
or something like that. Try to do this with Your fingers, that's weird but
maybe You will understand what I'm trying to say, it's difficult to explain with words :)
Monkeytaillo Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2016
Technology does stagnate things. We need to learn to better relate to each other.
s-sgriobhadaireachd Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2016  Hobbyist
I love the black and white design of this; it's so beautiful! So simple but so evocative!!
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