But are they meaningful words?
We don't *write* anymore. Not in the form of handwritten notes. And what we write is abbreviated with little context. I wonder what our children will show their grandchildren. Once e-mail accounts are deleted those messages are lost. Do you print out e-mails, texts, etc and archive them?
I know I don't.
So I wonder, a lot, about the meaning and context of our words and what will be lost in this technological age. Handwritten love letters. Diaries. Journals. I doubt even this blog will survive me.
Glenn Beck is a polarizing character. I get that-- I totally get that. I'm not a fan of everything he says but this is a powerful message to ponder. If you want to avoid his political message you can stop viewing the video after about 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
But consider the loss of words and what you can do to maintain a written-- actual pen to paper history.
I think about it every day. Do you?