What the Earth Will Look Like In 100 Year

Many movies have been made about how the future would look like. For instance Matrix, Hunger Games and X-Men, they’re all showing that the world would be so different and scary!

As humans, and because we know ourselves, we usually think that the world would be worse than now. Maybe that’s because all of the complex technologies we have made and how it disconnects us from the simple of nature.

Since it’s imagining, I’d like to be more optimistic and say; the future would be much more beautiful and peaceful than now. People will be more aware of the environment and how to be friendly with nature. Skyscrapers will be made of glasses and it’ll have big gardens on its roofs, it’ll be brighter and greener. Cars, buses and trains will all be moving on magnetic fields. All factories will be depending on a renewable energies. Therefore, It won’t be crowded streets nor polluted air. Humans’ waste will be used as soil for plants. It won’t be so many garbage because all people will have their own recycling machines. They will be able to recycle papers and glasses, everyone will have tanks that are directly connected with rain rams, they will be able to filtrate and reuse their own water. No one will use plastic or poly chemical materials.

Everything would be organic and clean inside and outside. Hence, we can feel the life in through it! This is my idea of future, let me know what is yours?


Cellphones’ Culture

Today’s post will be about Cellphones’ Culture. I hope you like it! And please don’t hesitate to give me your opinions 🙂 

In the last half decade, cell phones have become a life necessity to most of the people around the world. Even nowadays’ children will complain to their parents if they didn’t get a cell phone or some tablet in general.

This phenomenon, of depending on cell phones in everything, has advantages and disadvantages. Thus, I think all people these days are aware of them. However, they only need a feasible method to apply it in their daily life, so they can prevent its cons and improve its pros.

In my opinion, one easy solution is not depending on these applications in our daily life, especially the social media. For instance, if you have a free time and want to talk with your friend, don’t use text messaging! You can call him or even better, you can invite him to go out and meet in any place you want.

The good thing of going out is that you both will have the opportunity to make so many activities outside the “ chat box “. You will be able to communicate and bond in a very active way. If you don’t have the money to go out, home are always a great place for spending good time, and even the park.

Always try to find alternative solutions. Because if you do that, you will boost the quality of the human relationships. You will enrich your five senses. You will live and feel of every minute in this life.

I’m not saying that you shouldn’t use cell phones at all, but I’m implying to use it wisely and only in very important things.
Because what is life if we just kept sitting in one spot, starring in some small box and waiting for people’s like, follow, reply, or comment?

What Would an Ideal City be Like ?

Sydney, Auckland and Vienna are considered as one of the world’s 10 best cities to live in according to a study by the Telegraph. The study looks at how “tolerable” it is to live in a particular place given its crime levels, quality of medical care, temperature, schools and transportations. Thus, the main factor for a city to be a liveable city is to provide all the necessities and services that people would need. However, as for me, my idea about the ideal city is different. Everyone has different criteria and different preferences.

For instance, my brother’s ideal city would be a combination of nature and electronic lifestyle. My mother’s city would be like an “educational city“ that has all the scientific components, such as equipped laboratories and big conference halls. My best friend’s city would be more similar to an “amusement park” that has lots of fun places!

As for me, my ideal city would be much more like the “Utopian City”. Utopian city is the society that possessing highly desirable or near perfect qualities. Therefore, It won’t be only about its architecture or civilization but mostly about its people and their relationship with each other. People would be more polite and have manners. If person unintentionally did something wrong, they’ll always make an excuse for him. They will do the best in everything they do.They will accept each other’s opinion and will say yes if it’s the right thing without worrying about their dignity.

No harmful feelings, no stealing, no killing, no lying, no cheating. Rather, more love, more care, more respect, more honesty, more loyalty…etc. Thus, when people start doing these good manners and stop doing those bad once, that will reflect on the civilization, economy, health care and everything we would imagine and want to be in that city. If they believed that the more you make people happy, the happier they will be.

My Ideal city is like a fantasy city that I really wish to be real. But as they said, maybe “The imperfection is the perfection” !


Weekly Journals

In order to master my English skills, especially writing, and because I didn’t post anything for my blog recently. I’ll post my weekly journals that I wrote for my writing class in Language and Culture Institute – Virginia Tech.

I hope you guys like it and if you have any suggestions, please feel free to tell me.

Big thanks to my class teacher; Professor Jennifer Gooding and to my friend Bayan Mashat.