How television has replaced community life
Alan Watt tells a great story of how television replaced community life when he was growing up. Before the invasion of tv, his parents, along with about 1,000 neighbors, gathered in the park to enjoy community / family life. Within two months of tv being introduced, everyone stayed home. Television replaced community as the conveyance of human contact.
In order to restore our humanity, and invigorate our culture, we must once more enjoy face – to – face, person – to – person relationships.
Family, neighbors and friends can help us build the community that has sustained us as people throughout human history.
These videos can help in understanding how our traditional culture (which sustained humanity for thousands of years) has been systematically dismantled