There is a lesson here for sure. The reason why may be outdated but legacy persists.
Just because something has been done in a certain way for years does not mean it is the best way anymore. While it is important to respect some aspects of legacy, being bound to the past also creates limits. It is a different world requiring new ways of functioning. Technology is a game changer and will continue to influence our future. I love hugging my grandkids. Nothing can replace this connection BUT I can also interact with them easily and frequently using technology --face to face.
My oldest grandson can carry the tablet around as he plays setting grandma up so we can see each other and chat. I had to learn how to do this but for him at 4 years old it is part of his world. Change requires a learning curve and often the older we get the more challenging it is to learn new and often improved ways of being.
Resisting takes a lot of energy that could be used for learning.
Sandy Fritz a well renowned massage therapist with more than 35 years of experience. She dedicates her time to writing massage texts for Mosby Publishing (Elsevier), educating, consulting, teaching, and providing massage to a mixed clientele. You can view or purchase Sandy's textbooks at: https://www.us.elsevierhealth.com/catalogsearch/result/?filter_multi_product_type=&q=sandy+fritz
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