The more we look at our life the more we find out how much we depend on a computer device, starting from the pump at the gas station, to the card slider at the grocery store, the ATM at the bank, the smart phone in your hand, computers at home, in the office, I've also seen them in kitchens on the refrigerators, even cars these days are all operated by computer modules - when was the last time you looked under that hood.
In the last month, we lost power couple times here in Fenton and I personally felt crippled without power, and the thought that there might not be at least a source to charge my iPhone, just in case my battery runs out of juice gave me some sort of anxiety I never experienced before.
Suddenly thoughts came back to my mind recalling the days I spent doing my homework on a candle light, days when I could only use a pencil and a piece of paper to do my calculus, how many recall the days when we left the house without a cellphone, and that wasn't long time ago...
A lot of people debate whether technology makes our life better or not!
I hear often life is short, I can argue with that when I compare our life span to a dog or a cat or think of a bee life, it makes you realize life is too long, however the time we live in and the technology we have surely makes it super fast and days seem to fly by.