Technology’s Place

Technology and the Great New Beginning

The massive expanse of technology presents a New Beginning for America and the world. Just as the Framers of our sacred Constitution in their New Beginning knew their choices and decisions would shape the nation for centuries to come, our choices now, today will shape the place of technology in our lives and the lives of our children for centuries to come. Now is the time to take a step back, evaluate the boundless blessings and stumbling blocks technology present to us as a nation and the world.

Now is the time to establish solid boundaries and limitations of technology just as the Framers of our Constitution set boundaries for our government. Just as the Framers blessed our lives by setting our nation’s values in stone, we must perpetuate those values in the technology of our New Beginning. The values and protections of our sacred Constitution must be solidly applied to Technology for our blessed undiscovered future. Now is the time to stop, take a breath, look around and evaluate our course of action.

Technology expands our powers to educate each and every individual, reach out to struggling individuals, families and communities, feed the world, raise up the afflicted, bring peace and bless all of creation. Knowledge is power. Let us take a step back for a moment, take a deep breath, so we can get this right.

Today, our day is as pivotal as the summer of 1787. The undiscovered future of the United States of America is beautiful and amazing. By establishing wise guidelines, the United States of America will step forward leading the world with confidence and infinite strength.

Nat Knows: A dear friend called Nat asking to whip up a bake sale app for bidding in a local bake sale. Nat laughed and reminded her tech-savvy friend that a paper and pencil in front of each bake sale item is just as reasonable and efficient for grandmas to bid. Natalie gets it.


Related Articles

Threats to your privacy.

Beijing bets on facial recognition in a big drive for total surveillance

Can an Algorithm Tell When Kids Are in Danger?

Why the State of Surveillance in Schools Might Lead to the Next Equifax Disaster