Today everyone is seen through social media and interacted with through the internet. This trend has created a barrier between people and communication. In society today connections aren't a real thing. It's "Did you see so and so's tweet?" It's kinda sad looking at people slowly losing their communication and people skills. There's so much interaction that could be happening between people that we all miss. People were made to be social. We just need to realize that there's more to life than likes and followers.
I learned about more about how to connect than actual lessons. I look at things a little more differently when I started to truly realize how little connections there were in real life between people.
In class it also came very apparent and clear that High School is close to being over and I'll be moving onto the next chapter in my life. I don't quite know how the next part of my life will play out but I have an idea on what I'll be doing. I plan on taking a year off of school and pursuing my dreams of becoming a photographer. I love photography and fine a lot enjoyment in taking and viewing pictures. A picture can say a million words and a thousand stories. I love what they can mean, for example, my family has a picture of the family without being visible it's still up in every house. My great grandpa who at the time was in his 80's took the picture and got his thumb in the shot and made the rest of the family not visible. But, in the circumstance we decided to keep it and remember the day. To anyone else that picture would like a messed up picture where someone got their thumb in the way, so why keep it? Well, to us.. it has meaning.