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real world

everyday going to work, i find myself wondering if i am really walking into a digital, automated world, where things are easier and faster than it was [let’s say] 5 years ago. that’s the point of all these progress and innovation, techy stuff, isn’t it?

but at the end of each working day, i conclude that i didn’t walk into a digital world that morning. i walked into real world.

everyday i face real world–where i get hurt, or get pretty tired. i get to do manual things (over and over) and face hassles and delays, get stressed, or  cry or laugh and meet friendly and difficult people.

but the best thing also happens there–i can be human.

that’s why everyday I thank God for even bothering to make me human and experience the amazing real world that He himself designed.

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