"It is one of the great ironies of technology’s “success” that rather than relieving human beings from toil, it has most often redistributed toil. Work has never been easy, but I believe it is plausible that since the industrial revolution more and more work has become degrading, below the dignity of a human being because it asks people adapt to a mechanical (and now computational) economic system that does not employ their full heart-soul-mind-strength capacities."
Andy Crouch
You can read almost daily about swelling concerns around our society’s all-encompassing use of tech. Most musings and proposed solutions seem to center around schedules and relative quantities of screen time. But we need to do more than just put technology in its proper place in our lives, according to author and generally thinky person Andy Crouch. We need to start by examining what we want for

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