More than half of the world’s population lives in urban areas, surrounded by an overwhelming flow of distractions.
Our connection with nature is primarily a resource to fuel our activities and satisfy our vain need for consumption, in search of filling the “human gap”.
We go through life with artificial needs and interactions, trapped inside a global system, sustained by our loneliness and a constant search for meaning.
I believe we are witnessing the dehumanization of our world.
New generations grow in fast-paced, individualistic artificial environments. As humans, we keep competing with each other, constantly detaching ourselves from nature and -inevitably- from each other, failing to recognize that interconnection and collectivism is what keeps humanity evolving.
“Out of touch” is a shout of awareness on how far we’ve driven ourselves away from natural reality.