Ego & Virtual Refugee
The pandemic has surfaced people that possess an elevated ego. Consequently, the lockdown has not been able to stop because of it. It's frustrating how social media can impact the collective thinking of opposing groups leading to selfishness and arrogance.
With technological advancements in virtual reality, escapism has become a dependence for some. To others, reality itself. The pandemic has made people desperate to seek artificial environments that substitute our day-to-day lives. Can VR become the social norm in the near future?
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