Banner Aphorism Dalai Lama - paradox our era
Cotton, to hang on the wall. Made in India by Tibetan Refugee.
Dimension: 37 x 25 cm.
The paradox of our era:
Today we have bigger and bigger houses but smaller and smaller families, we have more comfort but less time for us. Today we have more educational qualifications but less common sense, more knowledge but less judgment, more experts but also more problems, more medicines but also less health. We went to the moon and back but we also have trouble crossing the street to meet our new neighbor. Today we build computers capable of storing infinite information, we can produce copies like never before but we have lost the ability to communicate with each other. Today we have objects in large quantities but we lack quality. Today is the time of speed, of fast food but of slow digestion, of tall and handsome men but of low capacity, of immediate profit but of superficial relationships. Today is the time when we have so much outside the window but there is nothing in our rooms.