Technology had always offered us convenience. A letter took more than three people to send a text of 800-1200 words, today, this task only needs a few minutes and keystrokes. A large computer that functioned as a calculator is now a portable workstation with the power to handle thousands to tens of thousands of tasks at the same time for users. Convenience to push further for other goals and objectives is the purpose of technology.
But for some people, it became a way for them to make their lives more comfortable and free from struggle. The internet just offered information at a few clicks. People became much better at finding comforts rather than improve their chances of finding struggles that would make them better individuals.
Technology allowed the modern man to comfortably burn their fat while doing other things. However, the lack of adrenaline and overall passion to fulfil something only offers mediocre results even if it is aided by technology.
People are no longer believers of delayed gratification. With lacking attention spans and concentration, individuals look more for instant gratification and results rather than expanding their patience and allowing themselves to see all the details of an event before they draw their own conclusions.
In short, people do not want to work hard anymore for their desired results.
Indeed, life had become easy, but if one does not choose the hard way, they can never improve their quality of life.