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|Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by Obinnau(m): 7:17am On Feb 19, 2020|
This is uncharacteristic of me but I am going to rant today.
So I came across this picture and people were saying they can't.
Let me tell you,
THIS IS EXACTLY WANT I WANT RIGHT NOW
I need a chance to disconnect from this digital age nonsense, I need peace of mind and sanity.
Did you see that overcast weather? Lovely in my opinion!
This is a chance to get close to mother nature, to feel how it feels like to be human again, instead of being enclosed in cages we call cities, worrying endlessly about tomorrow that may never come.
We all really need this to reduce our passive madness and worries.
Imagine being here for one month with the loml (rolling my eyes�) we will make cute babies �, we will have time to discuss all that cities have denied is the time to think of.
A final question to ponder for those that may disagree with my opinion, why do you think rich people leave cities and go to their village to spend some time? Food for thought...
And oh I didn't mean staying in the place forever o�
|Re: Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by Nackzy: 7:20am On Feb 19, 2020|
I go try am especially those types you see around kogi when you're going to Abuja
|Re: Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by ITbomb(m): 7:22am On Feb 19, 2020|
Upon all the challenges we have which should call for solution oriented discussion, your own solution is escape reality
|Re: Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by Obinnau(m): 7:52am On Feb 19, 2020|
ITbomb:escape reality for a while.... It actually helps to refocus the orientation of one. It helps to increase productivity.
But when you're faced with whole lots of challenges and you've been doing the same thing over and over again and again, you'll burn out more easily.
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|Re: Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by Divepen1(m): 3:34pm On Feb 19, 2020|
1. What happens when everywhere becomes like the city, tall buildings, loud cars and trucks?
2. Going with LoYL might be disastrous because you guys will do almost nothing than to love, have sex...You can't talk for 12 hours or make love for those hours.
What will replace boredom? Even if you're a writer, it will eventually lead to madness except you're on a religious expenditure. That even means you're connecting to the spiritual world, shown things.
There's a Ted talk from a man that stopped using all media for a year or so. He said he didn't gain much from it. What he only gained was ability to interact with people to learn of what was happening in recent times.
My advice: 1. You can do the digital cleansing for a week or few days more but a month is detrimental to your mental and social health.
2. To have such long vacation: go with a group of likeminds, books, music, and games. You can go with movies too.
See Bbnaija. If they weren't engaged and looking forward to a grand price, many of them would be out the next two days.
Man was created to a be a part of a community, environment, and not to be annihilated for long.
|Re: Can You Live In A Very Remote And Local Hut For 15 Days? by Obinnau(m): 6:23am On Feb 20, 2020|
Divepen1:1. With the vast majority of jungles on Africa, urbanization of everywhere is still a damn way off.
2. I hope you understand that people have different temperaments. Some like living in seclusion some function more optimally when they are in a group of people, some philosophise while some...
Remember I said one month and at the end I gave a caveat that I don't mean staying there forever because obviously man is a social animal and extended seclusion from his likes will cause some psychological imbalances.
Knowing that I or we is staying there for a short period of time would surely serve as an anchor for me, that I would have to leave soon.
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