Kay Ness, a noted neurodevelopmental therapist, made an interesting observation on the paradigm shifts in the culture of a home in the last 200 years.
In the 1800’s the ‘industrial revolution’ took the fathers out of the home. In the same time period thru 1900’s, compulsory education took the children out of the home. World War II and feminism took the mothers out of the home. Now no one is home.
We’re on Sep 26,2011. Extending the same trajectory as shown above, what would an average Indian home look like in 2111? Let’s play this prediction game for a moment and see where this would possibly take us. Continue reading