It really boils down to this: that all life is interrelated. We are all caught in an inescapable network of mutuality, tired into a single garment of destiny. Whatever affects one destiny, affects all indirectly – Martin Luther King Jr.
Agreed, we are not alone in this universe. But that’s the beauty of it. In this century we are succumbed to the internet mutiny, everyone is on the internet today, there are over a billion people on Facebook, 100 million Instagram users, and hundreds of such platforms online that we use. We connect and meet thousands of people from a 1000 miles away to continents away and maybe even 2 miles away (if its a match!), probably the connection we share with everyone today is bonded over these platforms. I use twitter to inform news to my friends in 140 character, Facebook to tell them how I am feeling, Instagram to show them my “fun times”, 4 Square to check in on a new location, Pintrest to show my interests, Snapchat to make them meet my new friends, Tumblr to show my real self and the list goes on and on. I’m registered to a lot of websites online, but one place I am traumatized to find myself is on Google. Apparently they know everything about me, and the people who don’t ‘know me’, ‘know me’.