Monday, August 18, 2008

Our Culture and Technology

Our Culture and Technology
By Paul I. Adujie
New York, United States

Culture is defined as the essence of life, the way of life (and death)! of a people. Culture therefore, properly described, encapsulate the modes of existence of a people from cradle to grave

Culture will continue to be crucially relevant to all groups and communities and nations worldwide. Technology on the other hand, is merely a tool, which deliver culture more conveniently, more speedily and in multivariable formats.

Anyone with a scintilla of reason and good sense must never neglect or jettison relevant and good culture. Reform culture? Enhance culture? Perhaps! But kill your culture? NO! It is your essence, it is what makes you, you!

Culture is the core and crust of all human lives on earth and it follows us even into space travels and unto walks on the moon or explorations underwater, underground and on mars!

Culture is at the cusp of all celebrations, jubilations and joys. Cultures propel communities, peoples and nations. Culture clash and conflicts have been reason for war and violence between humans. The desire to preserve culture remains a key component factor which drives human development

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