Communication has a Purpose
As aesthetic creatures, modern humans are capable of communicating our concepts of the world around us. Using numerous means to correspond we relate our thoughts to others. Due to widespread access to news updates about what is happening in our global society people spend many hours acquiring “info” from any number of resources. We might hear something informative on the radio. See something useful on television. Find something interesting and new on the internet or read about current affairs in the newspaper or trustworthy blog.
The Purpose of Communication
Collectively known as “the media”, newspapers, radio, television, and the World Wide Web, are effective tools for sharing information. People are continuously working to gain, store, and retain information seen as vital to their desire existance. Individuals are bombarded with a multitude of literacy. Being able to transmit and disperse significant news to millions, even billions, of people in a matter of seconds has been an effective tool for promoting agendas, data, and ideologies.
Communicating with a Purpose
Every minute of every hour of every day our mind and body actively work together to preserve physical health and process information absorbed throughout the day in efforts to improve and maximize our life span. Extremely effective and efficient, today’s global media outlets provide an abundance of shared knowledge that could help to ensure the civil, healthy productive survival of future generations. How we think determines how we act. How we act determines our reality.
Modern humans have managed to find a way to control a lot of things in the natural world around us, however we cannot control the flow of time. Fortunately, our brains are built to process massive amounts of information in minimal amounts of time. The brain, which is the central processing unit for humans, controls thoughts and physical movements. Our ability to successfully communicate with one another is a key component ot our ability to evolve and maintain our dominant evolutionary status.