This is from December, but what the heck!
On my way to work, I noticed that almost half the people I saw walking or driving were on their cellphones. Did this many people really have something so important to talk about that it could not wait until they were at home or at the office?
What would these people have done 20 years ago?
I find that people are so caught up talking about things, that they rarely actually do them. We all need time to absorb our experiences and think about things. You cannot possibly talk on the phone and think at the same time. And if you can't think about things, or do them, how far can you get trying to make your life happy?
I really do think that for most people, the more you talk on the phone, the less you actually do. And the less you do, the less you do for yourself and your family.
My two cents.