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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Technology Stress – cell phones, internet, e-mails, online dating

So what? The increasingly number of cell phones being used around the globe has disturbed some more conservative people. I’d say the number of detractors as to the use of technology might be increasing everyday.

Why don’t people give it break and mind their own businesses instead? I mean, is it so hard for people to understand that whether they want it or accept it; technology has got into our veins? If you can’t beat them, join them or leave it alone!

I’ll tell you something, an ordinary cell phone definitely makes my life more practical. My friends, relatives and business partners can reach me now much more than they could just a few year ago.

Have you stopped to think about all of those who really care about you? I mean, isn’t it much more practical if you got your cell phone on…unless of course, you’d rather keep it off at times. That’s your business, not mine!

So, I read people criticizing for instance, online dating, matchmaking websites…..GIVE ME A BREAK! Why don’t people see the bright side of this virtual reality? I mean, how many people in the world are at this very minute feeling happy over the fact they have finally found their soul mates over the net?

I’m sorry if you’re still out there all alone because you have had your heart broken by someone else in the real world, and yet, they find time to criticize those who do something about it by going online….

You know what? Broken hearted people have more added value qualities as a consequence of pain, therefore they might be better prepared not to make the same mistakes again...and, if the real world is not being so cooperative in this regard, what’s wrong with going online?

A whole bunch of them are now either happily married or engaged or even going steady, and those who are out there criticizing this option technology has provided us with, may possibly be there sitting at a coffee shop all by themselves or sharing their bitterness with other friends without considering they might be “using” some of their friends time?


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