Digital nomads are the ones who are location independent and self-sustaining individuals.
They earn and work by following their obsessive dreams from anywhere in the world they love. They travel. They contribute. They inspire others to enjoy the same freedom than to be stuck in any kind of a system!
I believe near future generations are going to be a generation of digital nomads.
That would be the end of the wars as they don’t believe in any kind of geographical boundaries.
That would be the end of poverty – in the context of the quote “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime” – as people start to learn how easy it is to ‘catch a fish’ (earn a living) through the internet than waiting for ‘to be fed with a fish’ by anyone else.
But to create a sustainable and co-creating society, the future and the current education system should be in the direction to instil love, ethics, honesty and compassion. Because learning technical skills to earn a living won’t be a challenge at all in the digital nomads’ generation!
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