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Discovering Real Togetherness!

We’re all so affected by technology that we have forgotten that there existed an era, not too deep in the history, in which no one had mobile phones, laptops, Ipods etc and people were still happy. Today, if you tell someone that life would have been better without a mobile phone, you’d be stared at like a maniac and I too will be staring at you.

No matter how easy being connected has become due to these technological upgrades that we wear on us, spending time with someone in person is still far out of the reach of the virtual connections we have made.

Being a slave to a life that is driven by technology, I’m on a mission to find the meaning of Real Togetherness.

What is real togetherness?

For me, it has several meanings like –

  • Eating together with no phones allowed. Enjoying the food and each other’s company!

  • A cup of tea or coffee with your kith and kin beats all the chats on WhatsApp, Facebook,       Viber etc.

    • An outing with friends or family with no photographs. When people are really happy, they don’t need a photograph to remember those moments as such moments leave strong imprints on their minds which they tend not to forget.
    • Playing indoor(board games)/outdoor games with my cousins. A game of Life/Business/Cluedo makes my day!

    • Morning/Evening walk with no earphones/headphones on. Where the chirping birds are the source of music. Mingling with nature!
    Instead of making technology that would bring us close or solve the big troubles that we are facing, all we’ve done is create the best possible devices to help us augment our distance from each other. 

    I saw this wonderful video by Kissan that is the perfect portrayal of real togetherness-

    Kissanpur – Discovering Real Togetherness

    What does real togetherness mean to you?

    Share with me in the comments box and help the world in breaking the shackles of the digital world and instead get down to the roots and connect in person, by feeling and sharing real emotions in the real world. Discover Real Togetherness. 🙂


    Radhika Mundra

    Radhika Mundra is an aspiring writer, a lifestyle blogger and an intense storyteller.


    1. Prasanna Dasari

      Nice post Radhika 🙂 And the ad from Kissan India is the heart stealer. I wouod like to say in short what it means togetherness to me, i think it means treating the recognizing that the other person is also a human, he/she got the same likes & dislikes and emotions.

      21 . Oct . 2015
    2. Hitesh Khatri

      God's dream is that you and I and all of us will realize that we are family, that we are made for togetherness, for goodness, and for compassion.
      P.s: Very nice article 🙂

      21 . Oct . 2015
    3. Radhika Mundra

      Thanks, Prasanna. It truly is. 🙂

      Right, that's the first level of understanding! 🙂

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts! 🙂

      21 . Oct . 2015
    4. Radhika Mundra

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, Hitesh! 🙂

      21 . Oct . 2015
    5. V ickie

      Very true!

      22 . Oct . 2015
    6. surya

      Togetherness means a feel..a feel dat some1 is dr with u alwaz…a trust dat dey wnt leave u evr watever may b d situation…how bad u may b bt u still hold there faith on u….

      23 . Oct . 2015
    7. Radhika Mundra

      Thanks for the comment, V ickie! 🙂 😀

      23 . Oct . 2015
    8. Kerry Kijewski

      Taking a break from technology, just to talk to someone, is the best thing any of us can do.

      24 . Oct . 2015
    9. Roshan Radhakrishnan

      You are bang on when you describe what once was and what it is right now. Today, I am so used to whatsapping and messaging that I rarely call anyone. The only person I call regularly is the food delivery guy which sadly says a lot about my social life too, I guess 🙂
      But as a kid, we used to spend hours with friends and loved ones, chatting and having fun. I think I miss that most of all.

      24 . Oct . 2015
    10. Radhika Mundra

      Very true, Kerry!

      Thanks for visiting! 🙂

      26 . Oct . 2015
    11. Radhika Mundra

      The times have changed and so has the way of life, thanks to the advancement of technology. Taking out time for personal interaction with our friends and family is truly a change worth giving a chance.

      Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Roshan!

      26 . Oct . 2015
    12. Radhika Mundra

      It indeed is. 😀

      Thank you so much for sharing your thoughts, Surya. 🙂

      26 . Oct . 2015

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