A Life Lesson We Can All Learn From Cellphones

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Almost everyone on the planet nowadays carries a cell phone in their pocket. What many don’t realize is that there’s an important message you can learn from the phone you carry. We use our cell phones for a few years, replace it as it deteriorates, then blame phone makers for making the phones obsolete when a new model is released.  

What actually happens with phones is that it constantly gets updates. Over time the updates become too much for the hardware to handle because of how advanced the updates get over time. The phone then struggles to keep up and stay as snappy as it once were. You keep expecting it to stay fast, but it gets slower as time goes by, yet your demand for it to perform better increases as new updates bugs down your phone.     

Now, think about this, our body is like the phone’s hardware. It has been designed with a simple function for more than one hundred thousand years. Yet, with all the advancements in the last fifty years, our body tries to keep up and adapt.

Imagine you are a phone that’s thousands of years old yet, you are expected to stay up to date with the latest technology. This is probably the reason why a lot of people develop mental issues today like anxiety or a feeling overwhelmed all the time.

Our bodies were originally designed to perform basic functions that addressed our physiologic needs – Go out and get the food you nee and sleep. Now, we all worry about what’s in the news, pay rent, and an abundance of other things that we were not designed to think about at all.

Remember, just like your phone, sometimes you need a recharge, you need to upgrade what you’ve got internally. The easiest way to do this is by removing all of the inputs that are bombarding you. Just take a simple moment for yourself.

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What your cellphone can tell you about your life.

Posted by Psychology Hacker on Tuesday, 17 July 2018

What your cellphone can tell you about your life.

Posted by Psychology Hacker on Tuesday, 17 July 2018

 

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