The founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, has earned billions of dollars, profiting from our phobia of aloneness.

People now seem willing to be part of everyday conversations - all in the name of "staying connected". Our days are no longer spent in the company of other people. Our most faithful partner daily is our computer or phone.

What people do is "echo". They only listen to what they want to hear. For him, "social media is like an immense house of mirrors, where we encounter people but don't dialogue. 'Zygmunt Bauman-liquid cultures'

Making and removing contacts on social media is far too simple. In real life, it is not so easy. In real life, we have to face what we do. On the internet, we don't. There is a discussion of messages, but no dialogue. There are varieties of view, but no helpful conversation. It generates the illusion of being connected with others when we aren't.

Social media invites us to make public, to show who we are. Of course, we choose only the most presentable parts to show others. We form small communities that we manage at our quality. We are tiny dictators in the kingdom of our account, and we are the ones who decide who should be there and who shouldn't. It doesn't disturb us if we unfriend anyone

Our ego comes first on social media. Unintentionally, we become dependent on how we appear on Facebook. We want to be identified and recognized in a particular shape, and we get disappointed if this doesn't occur.

All this freedom has done is drive us to be more accommodating to those who want to choose how we live our lives. Sad!


zygmunt bauman /liquid cultures

Left-Hand User↓↓
Left-Hand User↓↓

Is the part of the brain that works effectively for our daily activities the same of the brain which allows us to be inventive? Strange question! Right?

Our brain is an organ that develops through mental stimulation. The brain continuously adapts, evolves, and can continue growing and changing through new neurons' growth. When people age, it is assumed that they feel memory washout. Sometimes they are fine engine skills, but unless the mental decline is originating by illness, most age-related memory and motor skill ability loss are from lack of brain training, directing, and motivating. If you do not use your brain, it loses its data over time.

So, in this article, we will discuss using our opposite hand to strengthen our brains' neural connections and even grow new ones. It is like how physical exercise improves your body's functioning and boosts muscles.

Test using your non-dominant hand to write (if your right hand, use left and vice versa). Use it to use the computer mouse or TV remote. Brush your teeth with your other hand. You will probably notice it's much harder to be accurate with your directions. When you first start to brush your teeth using your left hand, it was hard to move your hand instead of your head.

In this case, when using the left hand, this is allowing that part of our mind, which generally 'switch-boards' through the right-hand side of our brain, access to consciousness via brushing teeth or writing or any activity. The predominantly 'inventive' right hemisphere of the brain channels most of our creative processes; our sense of rhythm, spatial awareness, color, understanding of dimension, and 'creating' visualization is whereby made available. The flow is through the right-brain and down through that left hand. On the opposite, some opinion that said Handling your non-dominant or other hand confuses your brain. The brain oversees storing your functioning, and it does that with predictability.

some common statistics Left-Handed People Have.

  • They are more likely to pass a driving test, faster typists have better problem-solving skills.
  • They are better at some sports.
  • They are more likely to surpass in creative and visual arts.
  • They are better at multitasking.

Lefties make up only about 10 percent of the population, but studies find that individuals who are left-handed score higher when it comes to creativity, imagination, daydreaming, and intuition.

  • Have more learning disabilities, such as dyslexia (is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to the brain's problems).
  • Have more behavior and emotional problems.
  • Complete less schooling.
  • Work in jobs that require less cognitive skill.
  • for all that, left-hand user people represent only about 10 percent of the population; They appear to have higher health risks for certain conditions, including:
  • breast cancer, periodic limb movement disorder, psychotic disorders.
  • In Arab and Indian culture, the left hand is considered unclean.


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