When we humans need or want to learn anything, the first thing we do is go to the Internet. Most of the time, we find what we are looking for.
Humans require a certain quantity of knowledge to live a productive life, and the Internet is the most flexible information source that a human has ever imagined. For a reason only, it is deserving of the moniker “blessing.” This is not to say that it does not have other applications. For example, one can use it to bank, plan and book vacations, buy train or flight tickets, stay in touch with friends and family, make new ones, get connected, share one’s thoughts with others and get feedback, chat, play online games, run an individual, social, or political campaign, or create one.
The listing would go on & on, but it is long enough to illustrate why people all over the globe are becoming increasingly addicted to the Internet. Some parents say that the Internet has wholly swept their children off their feet, to the point that they don’t appear to be interested in anything else that is true. Children often neglect their schoolwork, parents, social obligations, and even their health by not participating in adequate outdoor and indoor activities. In other words, the Internet may be addictive.
This was also said about television a few years ago. It’s a problem that has more to do with the personalities of the youngsters involved than with the nature of the Internet. We can’t blame the knife for the fact that some individuals use it to stab others. Character development appears to be on the decline, maybe because it has become a more complex issue than previously. Numerous value systems overlap in a varied, democratic, and globalized culture like metropolitan India today, making it impossible to raise children on a single, stable set of values.