14. People wanting what they don’t have
Social comparison is the cause of anger, frustrations, jealousy, and arguments. Why can’t we all be happy with what God gave us? The sad reality is we always desire what we don’t or can’t have. Sometimes we don’t even know what do we exactly want.
15. Mother baking cookies for kids stuck to their phones
This is the cruel reality of our world! The kids immersed in the smartphone world are not smart enough to understand that their hard-working mom needs help baking cookies. That’s how our future is behaving.
16. The life of a gadget is becoming more important than our own
This man died cause he wanted to charge his phone! He unplugged the life support system. What is the value of life in this digital world? As a society, we need to be more careful of our Priorities!!!
17. Man crucified by social media
Well, this one’s my favorite! We use Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter and keep informing the world about how we are living. We are always connected to the world virtually and digitally. The harsh truth is we are hardly enjoying the moment. We are not living in the real world! Are we?
18. It’s still a man’s world, sweetie.
As you can see the lady in the image can’t shoot the basketball through the hoop as it is placed at a much higher position. But, the man can easily play as the hoop is within a reachable limit. It’s a male-dominated society. Sad but true! Women have to put twice the effort to reap the same benefits as men. Gender discrimination is a burning problem.
19. A man overdosed on likes
This is hard-hitting! Earlier people use to die due to drug overdose. And today people are addicted to likes, shares, and followers, which in turn becomes an addiction and causes death. These people are called likecoholics and they smell like desperation.
20. A malnourished child in front of McDonalds
This pic illustrates two sides of the world. On one hand, there are people who are consuming fast food instead of fresh fruits and vegetables and contributing to the obesity pandemic. On the other hand, there are people who are malnourished and underweight due to lack of enough food to eat or unable to eat the right things or being unable to use the food that one does eat.
21. A man putting the world in a chipper to generate more money
A huge chunk of the forest is leveled every year due to overpopulation and meet the greedy needs of humans. Yet, people want more money putting the world in the chipper.
22. Having mobile phone tanlines on the beach
For me, there is nothing better than sitting near the ocean, listening to the waves roll in. But, kids today spend their entire time looking at smartphones neglecting the cosmic sound of sea waves and the beautiful ambiance. And the result is the mobile phone tanlines accurately depicting the cell phone generation. Addictive behavior!
23. Life is always easy for the rich
One child climbs up the stairs having more money, while the other one struggles due to a lack of it. Life is always easy for the rich. Isn’t it? It is the poor who always suffer.
24. A man having roots in the place where he is playing video games
Gaming disorder is rising by leaps and bounds in today’s youth. Gaming takes precedence over other interests and daily activities. You can imagine how completely nuts modern life has become.
25. Most people taking the complicated path because everyone else is following it
Why not hard work, in the beginning, and achieve your goal faster? Sadly, people are blindly following everyone else and ending up in misery.
26. A man has substituted his brain with a smartphone
People are allowing smartphones to do the thinking for them. They are used to getting quick solutions from this devices that they rarely engage in analytical thinking. However, people who are more knowledgeable are less likely to require online information search when confronted with a problem in everyday life.
27. A rat race
I think this is self-explanatory. People are engaging in the competitive struggle for wealth or power and entering into the darkness of stress, anxiety, and depression. The question reigns – when will people stop running and start living?