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The day technology surpass human interaction

I fear; the day that technology surpass our human interaction. The world will have a generation of idiots. - Albert Einstein.
The day technology surpass human interaction

Fear; will find world full of idiots in all nations
We; already reach stupid level for humiliation
Now we are humiliating selves at every function.

Still we are not realizing our mistake in fashion
Keep doing; because others are doing in nation
No use; don't follow others to be in alienation
Don't forget; you are belong to a great nation

Don't want you to be a part of 'History repeat itself'
Most of people repeating this phrase in sensation
But still keep repeating to be counted in elite nation
Instead of repeating; give some philosophy & intuition

From there; we have to take a 'U' turn for re-elevation
Otherwise; situation will keep deteriorating in nation
Make in road into to melt ice to renew bond of relation
If not; reach to a point of no return to solve the situation

We all are watching; but doing nothing; not in realization
We're far behind in achieving goals show some affiliation
This is misuse of freedom; is not leading towards salvation
Technology is good; but in it; there should be some intuition
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Submitted on August 10, 2013

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