Modern Day Mentality

Shows how foolish the modern day mentality among people is.

Modern Day Mentality – Ignorance and Foolishness

  • We have bigger houses, but no room for our parents – Most parents live separately.
  • We have high tech gadgets, but we have low grade mentality – No consideration for others.
  • We talk more but do less – We just say things but don’t act on it.
  • We have high tech communication systems, but still can’t get through to others – People have become too complex to get through.
  • We have become more materialistic, and less spiritualistic – We are very much interested in the temporary lump of matter (the body) and no interest in knowing about the eternal soul.
  • We build though houses, but live in broken homes – Single parent families due to break up of marriage.
  • We are quick to start a relationship, but also quick to end it – Divorce is very common.
  • We have more conveniences, but still less time – People don’t have time to eat, they eat while driving, most people live on frozen and unfresh foods.
  • We have more degrees, but less common sense – Material education does not develop our common sense. We are wasting time by accumulating material degrees and objects which are completely useless at the time of death.
  • We have more knowledge, but less judgment – We do not know what is wrong and what is right. Drinking alcohol, drugs, eating flesh, relationships outside marriage, and gambling are all wrong, but we think these are good, because we have lost our good judgement skills.
  • We are more expert at solving problems, but we create more problems – Our  lives today are far more complex and than ever before.
  • We have more medicine, but less health – Millions dying from cancer, AIDS, heart disease.
  • We’ve learned how to make a living, but not a life – What is the purpose of living? To know and serve God.
  • We’ve added years to life, but not life to years – What is the value in living longer if we waste our life?.
  • We conquered outer space, but not inner space – Who we are, why are we here, who is God?.
  • We’ve learned to rush, but not to wait – A friendship of 20 years or more can be ended with one argument/disagreement.
  • We live on fast foods, but have slow digestion – Food from restaurants could be unhealthy and contaminated with the karma of the atheist or sinful cooks.
  • We have big men, but small character – People are bigger, but with no moral values.
  • We have taller buildings, but shorter tempers – We argue over small things.
  • We have wider freeways, but narrower viewpoints – We base everything on our own tiny brain. We are not open minded.
  • We spend more, but have less – We have many things but still we feel empty, no satisfaction.


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