It may come as a surprise to some! I find the transcript in the original article better than the video.
In “real” life, that is. And the “real” here might not be the best choice of word. Shall it be replaced with “physical” (or “physically existent”), as the proper antonym to “virtual” when we speak of our digital existence? “Virtual” does not mean not existent or not real.
We’re being told that online socializing is eroding our social skills and destroying physical relationships. That is mostly rue.
To be sane. Can sanity be achieved? Should it be defined statistically as the state of the majority?
We’ve been taught to dream, “dare to dream”, we’re encouraged to go forth and dream of things. We’ve been told we’re all beautiful and smart. We’ve been lied to. And no one tells us to be good. And that dreams are sometimes insidious chimeras robbing you of your very life, especially when dreaming trivial things that cannot be acquired. That’s not normal.