The thing to remember is: When you’re lying on your deathbed and looking back on your life, you are not going to do it by scrolling through a gadget.
Yesterday was my last day of my arduous university education. As I walked down the aisle adorned in a black and maroon gown, I noticed something strange.
Hundreds of parents proudly staring at their accomplished children, but not with their eyes, but through their tiny pixelated camera and cellphone screens.
Through their four-inch screens, they attempt to record and capture every single moment.
We have forgotten how to record treasured moments with our hearts and eyes. Instead of experiencing new delicacies, events, concerts and treasured memories first-hand, we choose to stare into our little screens to record and photograph every moment.
Moments are once in a lifetime
Why does time seamlessly pass as we age? Because somewhere along the line we forgot to savor the current moment.
We have become so caught up in capturing and immortalizing these experiences to share with our friends and family, that we forgot to…
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