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Please, stop telling me you don’t know how to do it!

Artificial brains, quantum computers, and commercial space travel are already a reality. But it is a reality that many people are unaware of and they do not connect with it because, while the studies of parallel and multidimensional universes are increasingly deep and successful, many do not know how to solve the minimum challenges.

It is true that we live in a time when presidents no longer know how to govern, teachers no longer know how to teach, and doctors no longer know how to heal. A time in which all values have been transmuted, but not to free us, but to enslave us even more, thus becoming monstrosities without consciousness or memories of what we were or could have been.

And everything gets worst when, for example, someone does not know how to fill out a basic form for their son or daughter to receive free or reduced-price meals at school. And instead of admitting that she can't answer a few simple questions because she never wanted to learn how to do it, that person accuses everyone around her of not wanting to help her.

“Ma'am,” I said, “you can fill out the form online. It is in your language”. The response was immediate. "But I don't understand anything about Internet",

“There is another option. Call this number and they help you fill out the form over the phone,” I said. Another immediate response: "Yes, but you can only call during the hours I am at work and when I call, they do not answer me."

“Then maybe I can send an email to…” Immediate reply: “I don't have email. Well, I do, but since I never use it, I can't remember the password. My daughter put it on the phone, but I don't know how to read it”.

"It's okay. Since we are on the phone at the moment, what is your phone number? Surprise answer: “I don't have a phone. I am using my friend’s phone. Mine was lost. I don't know when I will have a phone again”.

The conversation lasted a few more minutes, enough to learn that this person had been in the country for almost 30 years, but she still lacked the basic elements and skills to connect with the available resources to improve her present and, therefore, she could not build a better future for herself and her daughters.

Her last question before ending the conversation was "But how do I do it?" I must confess, I am tired of hearing that question. We live in an age where we can almost immediately access the information we need, and therefore saying that one does not know how to solve a simple issue is inadmissible. (Incidentally, they were able to help the lady).

Many people seem to have lost their ability to solve their problems, overcome their challenges, assume their responsibilities, and take charge of their lives. Sadly, the new future has already arrived, and it certainly won't wait for us to prepare.

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