Nonprofit organizations have been helping millions of people globally who could not survive otherwise, without food, water and shelter. According to global issues.org, over three billion people, almost half the world, live on less than $2.50 a day. At least 80 percent of humanity lives on less than $10 a day and more than 80 percent of the world’s population lives in countries where income differentials are widening.
“We are responsible for the world in which we find ourselves, if only because we are the only sentient force, which can change it.” – James Baldwin
Every man does not live on bread alone. A global issue has been forgotten behind poverty, sickness, and hunger. An issue that starts wars, causes suicide, and destroys societies. That issue is cultural divides. What makes humans uniquely different from other species is our need for relationships for survival.
It’s a fact, couples share. They share food, laughter, experiences and smiles. But does sharing a password to your email and social media accounts sound ethical? Well, many already do and this trend is continuing to grow. Today, many couples use digital communication and technology in order to enhance their relationships. In other words, digital technology has become a dominant force in the communication between partners. Continue reading →
With Valentine’s Day just a few days away, we can’t help but think about relationships. Every store you walk into advertises this holiday in such a way that it infiltrates everyone’s mind. Hearts and various symbols of love are flashed everywhere with red and pink outlining them. Even if you don’t have a significant other it’s hard not to think about the ones who are closest to you. So why is it that even with today’s technology helping us stay more connected, people are feeling even more disconnected?