Ours is an era of technological advancement and scientific progress. We have travelled in space, broken the barriers to free communication, covered thousands of miles and disseminated information from one part of the world to the other. In achieving all of these great landmarks, we have put in remarkable effort but along this tiresome journey we have lost our human touch. Our friends are many but only in our Facebook friend lists. Global statistics show how the use of social media in on the rise, with a 14% in social media usage in Asia Pacific in this year. A study under the title, ‘Global social media research summary 2016’, it was found that out that 63% of Facebook users spent time amounting to 15 days online. Our support for victims of terrorist attacks like those which took place in Paris, Turkey, Baghdad, United States are restricted to a single post saying “RIP…We stand with you,” and followed by a few comments and many likes. We prefer to tell people about ourselves through our stories on Snapchat and our tweets on twitter. Our maddening obsession to our cellphones has turned us into anti social beings. In a 2015 study by the Pew Research Centre, 89 percent cellphone owners said they had used their phones during the last social gathering they attended. This piece of research is enough to show us that reservations individuals held against technology at a time when it was still developing were not very wrong after all.