So satisfying, in fact, that once again I found myself wondering, with all the exisiting devices to accommodate my lifestyle, lighten my work load, keep me entertained and connected to everyone else on the planet and in an almost constant state of near instant gratification, why aren't I more satisfied? Why aren't we all more satisfied?
Why aren't we all calm and content and relaxed and gratified every waking minute, considering that:
-we can obtain a delicious meal in minutes , any time, day or night
-if we need cash we don't have to make sure we make it to the bank by 4:00 pm Friday.
-we don't even need cash. Practically ever.
-we can find practically anything we could think of wanting and buy it without leaving our house.
-we can learn the answer to almost anything we seek to know without leaving our house.
-we can have thousands of friends and communicate with them all without leaving our house.
-we can phone, text, email, tweet, facebook, instagram, linkdin, blog, and probably do dozens of other high-tech feats of communication that I don't even know about.
-if we feel like leaving our house we have our GPS to get us effortlessly from point A to point B, and I won't even go into what our phones can do for us, except for that one phone app I just learned about called Shazam, so amazing that it absolutely deserves a shout-out, because it gives your phone the ability to hear immediately identify the name of any tune within its range.
But why go on, we could all come up with hundreds of conveniences that should keep us 'round-the-clock satisfied.
So why aren't we?
Or are we?
( Am I maybe just speaking for myself?)