Jeremy Keller is a homesteading farmer who lives off the land; he’s a tall man with an extraordinarily memorable laugh. He’s a friendly guy with good manners and interesting morals.
This is my journal entry of September 5th, the night we interviewed Jeremy Keller:
Last night we went to a little patch of grass where the wind was chilly, sat down, and conversed with a man who has interesting morals and a positive attitude. One of his morals was to be discerning with technology. Today our modern society embraces all new modern technology without thinking it through. We rarely weigh the pros and cons before embracing technology. For example, Mr. Keller prefers face-to-face conversation instead of Facebook.
He considers whether a new piece of technology will enhance his life. That moral caught my attention the most out of everything he told us that night. He advocates protesting in the form of creating not destruction. He wants to make something new for others to follow one day and to make life better for the world.
I thought Mr. Keller was an interesting man who surprised us all. I find that his philosophy on technology is valid. People rarely see things like that, making Mr. Keller an important man.