Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all the newest gadgets has become an alternative to love.

We want to be liked so badly; we want what makes us feel good all the time; we want to surround ourselves with stuff that pushes our pleasure buttons and never asks for anything in return. But it’s all fake. It’s a relationship with technology, not with real people, face to face.

Apparently we’re so desperate for love that we’re willing to accept a substitute, even if it means closing out the real world and real people.

New Frontier;

Going Where it’s Real

When Franzen wrote his article, he had no way of knowing that a New Technology had recently arrived on the scene. But wait… This is unlike anything you can get from Apple, Microsoft or Verizon.

This New Technology, referred to as TOL, isn’t battery powered; it’s totally run by human mind power. With the ability to regenerate and update itself as needed, it never needs to be replaced. It must be creatively applied by the individual. Properly used, with all the available apps, it promises to become the wave of the future. In fact, without it there is only a very bleak future.

TOL is economical, efficient and user-friendly. It has a short learning curve yet is ever challenging in the ways it can be employed. It comes with a life time guarantee.

You Got the Motion

This New Technology has spawned a new movement. It requires disengaging yourself, at least part of the time, from the old technology; turning off your computer, your television and your cell phone.

Like Franzen says, you’ve got to go where it “hurts,” which means facing the real world, real life, and real people.

You’re not alone.

With TOL you get a free Connection to a new power source. You can plug into it immediately. It comes with a blueprint, a map with check points, and an instruction manual.

We’re talking about the Technology of Love (TOL). It’s based on groundbreaking scientific research that finally unravels the truth about the System of Love, how it works, and how you can make it happen in real life situations.

Stop being afraid of or confused by the word Love; afraid of real connections with real people.

Each day, in every encounter with others, Love should be the hallmark of human interaction.

As Franzen says: “When you stay in your room and rage or sneer or shrug your shoulders, as I did for many years, the world and its problems are impossibly daunting. But when you go out and put yourself in real relation to real people, or even just real animals, there’s a very real danger that you might love some of them.

And who knows what might happen to you then?”

It’s time to get in motion.

Become part of the TOL Movement; learn how to Love by discovering how and why Love works. TOL gives you the tools.

While we can’t guarantee how people choose to respond or the choices they make, we are certain that learning how to Love one another is the foundation for the future.

It’s our only hope.

It’s either TOL or SOL; you decide.

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Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all the newest gadgets has become an alternative to love.

We want to be liked so badly; we want what makes us feel good all the time; we want to surround ourselves with stuff that pushes our pleasure buttons and never asks for anything in return. But it’s all fake. It’s a relationship with technology, not with real people, face to face.

Apparently we’re so desperate for love that we’re willing to accept a substitute, even if it means closing out the real world and real people.

New Frontier;

Going Where it’s Real

When Franzen wrote his article, he had no way of knowing that a New Technology had recently arrived on the scene. But wait… This is unlike anything you can get from Apple, Microsoft or Verizon.

This New Technology, referred to as TOL, isn’t battery powered; it’s totally run by human mind power. With the ability to regenerate and update itself as needed, it never needs to be replaced. It must be creatively applied by the individual. Properly used, with all the available apps, it promises to become the wave of the future. In fact, without it there is only a very bleak future.

TOL is economical, efficient and user-friendly. It has a short learning curve yet is ever challenging in the ways it can be employed. It comes with a life time guarantee.

You Got the Motion

This New Technology has spawned a new movement. It requires disengaging yourself, at least part of the time, from the old technology; turning off your computer, your television and your cell phone.

Like Franzen says, you’ve got to go where it “hurts,” which means facing the real world, real life, and real people.

You’re not alone.

With TOL you get a free Connection to a new power source. You can plug into it immediately. It comes with a blueprint, a map with check points, and an instruction manual.

We’re talking about the Technology of Love (TOL). It’s based on groundbreaking scientific research that finally unravels the truth about the System of Love, how it works, and how you can make it happen in real life situations.

Stop being afraid of or confused by the word Love; afraid of real connections with real people.

Each day, in every encounter with others, Love should be the hallmark of human interaction.

As Franzen says: “When you stay in your room and rage or sneer or shrug your shoulders, as I did for many years, the world and its problems are impossibly daunting. But when you go out and put yourself in real relation to real people, or even just real animals, there’s a very real danger that you might love some of them.

And who knows what might happen to you then?”

It’s time to get in motion.

Become part of the TOL Movement; learn how to Love by discovering how and why Love works. TOL gives you the tools.

While we can’t guarantee how people choose to respond or the choices they make, we are certain that learning how to Love one another is the foundation for the future.

It’s our only hope.

It’s either TOL or SOL; you decide.

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Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all the newest gadgets has become an alternative to love.

We want to be liked so badly; we want what makes us feel good all the time; we want to surround ourselves with stuff that pushes our pleasure buttons and never asks for anything in return. But it’s all fake. It’s a relationship with technology, not with real people, face to face.

Apparently we’re so desperate for love that we’re willing to accept a substitute, even if it means closing out the real world and real people.

New Frontier;

Going Where it’s Real

When Franzen wrote his article, he had no way of knowing that a New Technology had recently arrived on the scene. But wait… This is unlike anything you can get from Apple, Microsoft or Verizon.

This New Technology, referred to as TOL, isn’t battery powered; it’s totally run by human mind power. With the ability to regenerate and update itself as needed, it never needs to be replaced. It must be creatively applied by the individual. Properly used, with all the available apps, it promises to become the wave of the future. In fact, without it there is only a very bleak future.

TOL is economical, efficient and user-friendly. It has a short learning curve yet is ever challenging in the ways it can be employed. It comes with a life time guarantee.

You Got the Motion

This New Technology has spawned a new movement. It requires disengaging yourself, at least part of the time, from the old technology; turning off your computer, your television and your cell phone.

Like Franzen says, you’ve got to go where it “hurts,” which means facing the real world, real life, and real people.

You’re not alone.

With TOL you get a free Connection to a new power source. You can plug into it immediately. It comes with a blueprint, a map with check points, and an instruction manual.

We’re talking about the Technology of Love (TOL). It’s based on groundbreaking scientific research that finally unravels the truth about the System of Love, how it works, and how you can make it happen in real life situations.

Stop being afraid of or confused by the word Love; afraid of real connections with real people.

Each day, in every encounter with others, Love should be the hallmark of human interaction.

As Franzen says: “When you stay in your room and rage or sneer or shrug your shoulders, as I did for many years, the world and its problems are impossibly daunting. But when you go out and put yourself in real relation to real people, or even just real animals, there’s a very real danger that you might love some of them.

And who knows what might happen to you then?”

It’s time to get in motion.

Become part of the TOL Movement; learn how to Love by discovering how and why Love works. TOL gives you the tools.

While we can’t guarantee how people choose to respond or the choices they make, we are certain that learning how to Love one another is the foundation for the future.

It’s our only hope.

It’s either TOL or SOL; you decide.

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Go for Love; Liking is for Cowards

In his New York Times op-ed piece, “Liking is for Cowards; Go for What Hurts,” Jonathon Franzen puts an interesting spin on technology and the resultant isolation from real life. He points out that technology has become an extension of our selves; that the admiration we feel for, and the attention we give to, all the newest gadgets has become an alternative to love.

We want to be liked so badly; we want what makes us feel good all the time; we want to surround ourselves with stuff that pushes our pleasure buttons and never asks for anything in return. But it’s all fake. It’s a relationship with technology, not with real people, face to face.

Apparently we’re so desperate for love that we’re willing to accept a substitute, even if it means closing out the real world and real people.

New Frontier;

Going Where it’s Real

When Franzen wrote his article, he had no way of knowing that a New Technology had recently arrived on the scene. But wait… This is unlike anything you can get from Apple, Microsoft or Verizon.

This New Technology, referred to as TOL, isn’t battery powered; it’s totally run by human mind power. With the ability to regenerate and update itself as needed, it never needs to be replaced. It must be creatively applied by the individual. Properly used, with all the available apps, it promises to become the wave of the future. In fact, without it there is only a very bleak future.

TOL is economical, efficient and user-friendly. It has a short learning curve yet is ever challenging in the ways it can be employed. It comes with a life time guarantee.

You Got the Motion

This New Technology has spawned a new movement. It requires disengaging yourself, at least part of the time, from the old technology; turning off your computer, your television and your cell phone.

Like Franzen says, you’ve got to go where it “hurts,” which means facing the real world, real life, and real people.

You’re not alone.

With TOL you get a free Connection to a new power source. You can plug into it immediately. It comes with a blueprint, a map with check points, and an instruction manual.

We’re talking about the Technology of Love (TOL). It’s based on groundbreaking scientific research that finally unravels the truth about the System of Love, how it works, and how you can make it happen in real life situations.

Stop being afraid of or confused by the word Love; afraid of real connections with real people.

Each day, in every encounter with others, Love should be the hallmark of human interaction.

As Franzen says: “When you stay in your room and rage or sneer or shrug your shoulders, as I did for many years, the world and its problems are impossibly daunting. But when you go out and put yourself in real relation to real people, or even just real animals, there’s a very real danger that you might love some of them.

And who knows what might happen to you then?”

It’s time to get in motion.

Become part of the TOL Movement; learn how to Love by discovering how and why Love works. TOL gives you the tools.

While we can’t guarantee how people choose to respond or the choices they make, we are certain that learning how to Love one another is the foundation for the future.

It’s our only hope.

It’s either TOL or SOL; you decide.

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