The first industrial revolution gave us machines that could weave and machines that could spin, but none can intertwine with me as you, and none spin me around like you do.
The second industrial revolution gave us the conveyor belt, now everything is in an assembly line, but when I fall apart you put me together, as I am one of a kind.
The third revolution gave us the computer which opened the world to us in many ways, but you gave me the world and you are my world and in the world, my only safe place.
The fourth revolution gave us a self-driving car, but nothing drives me like you do, cause nothing is as important as you are, and nothing can take me as far.
The only revolution I think we need, is understanding that we cannot be replaced and that we have to see, that machines will never replace humanity and that in the end, we still need you and me.