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“If a writer doesn’t have a paper or pencil. What is he then?”

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© Daniel Sanchez 2019

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  1. He is an example of the devolution of our society. Addicted to their hand machines: iPhones, computers, etc! Not seeing the real world as it is. But focused two feet looking at screens not nature’s scenes.

    Many award winning writer’s have gone back to typewriters and/or pencil and paper to write because they produce better work. More of your brain comes into play when you write using a pencil and paper.

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      1. Read yesterday about a two-year old boy that was a whiz using an iPhone and such. But his father said he was not learning and acting like a two-year old normally would.

        That is becoming the abnormal normal in our society.

        As Albert Einstein once said: Information is not knowledge. Experience is knowledge!

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        1. I agree, that experience is knowledge. In schools today technology is being introduce to children and it is changing the way students are being taught. I am baffled how technology is advancing.

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          1. When I was the age of my grandsons, I was always outside doing something. Walking, hiking, camping, swimming, biking, fishing, ice skating, playing baseball, hitch hiking, and on and on.

            My grandsons have never been out of their house on their own except to be driven back and forth from school or when with their parents on weekends. Their life is mainly confined to the screens in their home.

            I hope your students are not that confined.

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          2. It is a tragic to humanity that technology has made some people lazy in a way. One example, is communication, and I feel many people are losing their voice because we communicate by digital devices. I remember life without devices it seemed more fun and days lasted longer.

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