We live in a world of information overload. We’ve all felt it, too.
Google this. Ask Siri about that. Find the answer to any and everything you’re looking for. And we love it, don’t we? I don’t know how I drove anywhere before GPS or watched a movie without the help of IMBD.
But I often wonder if we’ve mistakenly replaced an experience with access to information. And maybe what’s at stake is not our performance or ease of access or convenience, but the condition of our souls.