Monday, January 21, 2013

Switch it off 關閉 ...


It is easy to relieve pressure,
just switch off the phone; 
then you can have sometime to be 
alone with yourself, 
I do that a lot more lately
When you switch it on, 
be bold to select all to delete all incoming messages    
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21 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i love solitude and quiet myself.

Rob Siemann said...

I wish I could throw mine away and forget about it.

LE CHEMIN DES GRANDS JARDINS said...

Oui, c'est un geste simple et que je pratique très souvent.
Sympa, la photo.

Roger

ADRIAN said...

A simple yet difficult shot. Great,

The Yum List said...

Oh yes, just switch off. The trouble with switching off sometimes is when you switch back on again, the amount of messages in the inbox. Ahh!

Michelle said...

I think we are becoming a bit too controlled by all of our electronic devices.

Robert Geiss said...

Yes. First thing I do after opening the home door. Next are new clothes. Then the feeling of being home.

Please have a good new week ahead.

Adam said...

If my family didn't get rid of the home phone, I doubt I would of ever gotten a cell phone. I don't have a smart phone.

Food Dreams said...

we really have to keep reminding ourselves not to be taken over by our electronic gadgets....

well said! :)

Linda said...

I enjoy solitude.

DWei said...

I wish I could access the internet with my phone. I really need a data plan.

Cloudia said...

We must disconnect - the masters of old knew that!

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Sean said...

ya, i find it difficult to detach from my phone. it's the last thing i look at at night and first thing i look at when i wake up :D

Laure said...

On voit la même chose à Paris ;-)
Bizzz •☆.•*´¨`*•• Lolo ••*´¨`*•.☆
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you-wee because said...

Which phone??? I do not own a phone!

Important (?) / clever (!) people do not have a cell phone, they have an assistant (or other people) who makes the telephone calls for them... ;-)))

So you have much more time for the important things in life!

Or just for browsing through the world of blogs... ;-)

s.c said...

I think there is a border between users and not users and that is their age. Above fifty not many people use the smart phone in sight. Under thirty almost everyone it seems. Its the habit of the day.

UIFPW08 said...

Mobil phone..your life
Morris

Thérèse said...

That how I discover missed calls weeks after they arrived... but friends know about it and don't bother anymore if I don't call back...

Birdman said...

Oh, I agree. Self-selecting is the key.

Stefan Jansson said...

Or like me, decide never to buy a cell phone!

darlin said...

Simple but true. Great shot Wong and wonderful concept! When I take a drive in the country my phone is tucked away with the ringer off, I don't want to be interrupted and robbed of my peace and serenity.