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My Phone

by Crosshair Black Hole

Just like for a smoker, his cigarette is his friend and his enemy, the smart phone we have is a double-edged sword.
Genre: Jazz: Piano Jazz
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Just like for a smoker, his cigarette is his friend and his enemy, the smart phone we have is a double-edged sword. On one hand it is by an extent; your friend, family, co-worker, job, or classmate, while on the other hand it's like a river, it slowly drowns you to the extent to make you admit you can't live without your phone.
It makes you do crazy things like falling into a fountain while walking and texting, or worse if you are driving. I think this decent little thing when carried in our hands, is actually powerful enough to bring the rise or fall of dictators in different parts of the world.

As technology progresses so does our life's accomplishment; such as those things that took long to do can be done without even thinking about them. It is fast, simple, and it makes us foolish at the same time. One thing we all share is being attached to our smart phones because of their size, looks, smoothness, expense, usage, display, battery life, and the gadget inside them.
Yes, we need them dearly to help our life be simplified in a sense of socializing either professionally or on a regular friendly basis. As long as you have a plan, the sky is the limit to what you do with them. The human race has never been closer to one another than now at any historical moment in the past; and in doing so, giving us the impression that the world is in our hands.
Knowledge and ignorance has never been higher than in the current century that we are living in. Our phone (in a matter of a seconds) in a way can either unite us or divide us; we absorb and release positive or negative information. One may ask how?; and my answer is like our shadow, It follows us everywhere, it looks at what we look at and focus on things or events that deserves sharing, it receives what is sent, it sends what is needed, and importantly, it fits in our hands and enjoyed a free ride on any means of transportations with us.
I call this situation a relation where a master willingly become a slave and by its functionality, a slave became a master. After all, our phone is the only closest friend that we are totally open, and willing to share our glory, and the darkest secrets we hold to the extent even for god himself had a hard time to figure out what we are putting into it.



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