Is Your Smart Phone Your Slave Or Your Master?

Ironically I saw this post while getting ready for church. I am a slave to my smartphone.

The Truth Warrior


I haven’t wrote a blog post for a while however I got the inspiration to write one a few days ago.

Since the the availability of smart phones in recent years, it seems that they have become an integrated part of our lives. Many people now days seem to have a mobile phone or a smart phone of some kind. At times we may wonder how we ever lived without a smart phone?

Since being in India, I have become aware while traveling on public transport such as buses and trains here, that people seem to have a less of a preoccupation with smart phones as opposed to us in the west. The people here seem to come across as being more engaged and more communicative with each other on buses and trains. They talk to each other more openly and there is a sense of community or spirit on…

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5 thoughts on “Is Your Smart Phone Your Slave Or Your Master?

  1. I may be one of the dozen souls left who does not own a smart hone. My mobile is ‘dumb’–it only makes calls and receives them. No chance of addiction for me. Emails are my communication method of choice πŸ˜‰
    A-Z Challenge partner, Christine London here—just dropping by to see if the madness has yet set in (even before we begin) What is “A” for? Hmm…
    Hope to see you around the A-Z April world.


    • πŸ™‚ Good for you for not going along with the smartphone craze and believe me when I say the smartphone is only as smart as its user.

      Thanks for the A to Z check in. I’ve got two “A” topics neither of which are ready. How are things going with you? Are you ready to start the madness?


    • Waving to Christine. I’m in the dark ages as well, sometimes I don’t even know where my phone is for days. I’m near a computer all day, why would I want to check anything on an itty bitty screen? And when I’m out – then I’m doing things. Like driving. I really couldn’t care less about media on those occasions.


      • LOL as I sit here and type this message on my smartphone screen. πŸ˜‰ There are times when I wish I wasn’t so psychologically dependent on it. When I’m driving I’m driving and I absolutely hate it when I see people texting and driving. But what kills me are the people that don’t even look up from their device when they’re walking and they walk right into you.


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