by Sunil Bali, 24-07-16

Japan’s bullet trains can move people more quickly into its major cities, than any other country in the world.

Japan also has one of the highest suicide rates in the world.

So the question has to be asked, what’s the point of taking people faster to somewhere they don’t want to go?

The World Health Organization estimates that in the last 50 years, suicide rates have increased worldwide by over 60% largely due to work related stress and isolation.

We are technologically overfed, but emotionally malnourished.

Every day hundreds of millions of people take photos, make videos and send texts.

IBM estimate that by 2020 there will be nearly 2000 trillion gigabytes of data in existence.

What if we spent more time face to face, communicating with our lips rather than our thumbs, and synced our hearts rather than our iPhones?

Whilst we stream huge volumes of data around the plant, the human race suffers from connectile dysfunction.

The answer is to log onto our Innernet and transmit wirelessly at the frequency of our heart.

Hat Tip to Alan Cohen



The woman at the bar noticed a guy who kept staring at her.

Finally, he come over to her and said, "How about you give me your number?"

"Have you got a pen?" the woman replied.

"Yes I have," the man replied with a huge smile.

"Well you had better get back into it, before the farmer realizes that you’re missing," the woman replied.


Live big & love deep.