"Our bodies have been declining in importance since machines took over mass production. Computers exponentially enhance our intellectual abilities, while our physical abilities remain limited. iPhones are replacing conversation, robots are replacing manual laborers, drones are replacing soldiers, and virtual reality is potentially replacing everything. Increasingly, the body seems cosmetic. Worse, it's fatally flawed. It dies."

Human connection is vital to our survival yet so easily replaced by the digital lie we create for a social audience we don't even know.