News travels faster than ever before. Bad news travels faster than good news and fake news travels faster than facts. That's the world we live in. But suppose we'd all live in the world this little girl lives in?
Sometimes I wish we'd could slow down the news. And why is it that 'we' don't seem to care if thousands of people die, but do care if 'only' a handful of people die?
Because we can't slow down our intake of news unless we get rid of our television sets, computers and mobile phones, here are a few tips on how to consume the news:
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