Lessons from my cell phone
I’ve entered a new stage of life recently. It’s one which I took reluctantly at first, but now I’m glad I have.
I have decided to carry my cell phone with me at all times, into meetings, into church, when I go shopping, when I go walking. It’s by my nightstand.
Prior to this, I have been one to leave my cell phone locked in my car, in a desk drawer, on the kitchen table. I didn’t want to take the chance of being interrupted by a phone or text message from a phone which I thought was on vibrate or turned off. I also liked the freedom of being unreachable, if only for a few moments.
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