Yesterday Night Was Scary

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Yesterday night was quite scary.

I woke up in the middle of the night and reached into my bag to find it … but “it” wasn’t there. I searched my bed, the kitchen … even the toilet. But I could not find “it.”

I was devastated how was I going to survive at 12 midnight without “it”

… but 3 hours later after several conversations with the other side of the globe I found out how I would survive. Because I did survive, I spoke to friends I had not spoken to for months as well as family all because I could not find “it” my laptop!

That’s the magic of being disconnected in that it allows you become even more connected.

twitterWritten By Okechukwu Ofili of ofilispeaks.com
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Words by Okechukwu Ofili of ofilispeaks.com
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6 comments on “Yesterday Night Was Scary

  1. lol..i know how it feels. i have survive a year without a girlfriend but i don’t think i could survive a week without my dear laptop(oh i actually survived three weeks without it in nysc orientation camp in 2013 but that is an exception).
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  2. mr faradara on said:

    Ofili I agree bro… Survival is a function of our ability to improvise/adapt. There’s no1 or nothing INDISPENSABLE except who/what we make so.

  3. Mordi on said:

    We need to take DIGITAL SABBATHS – 24 Hour Unplugged (Regularly).

    We need it because it has been too long since we were properly bored. And good things happen when you have to search for something interesting to do.

    And because our on-line activities can wait.

    And because there are people who care about you and others who need you.

    Because that notification seems to be the most important thing in your life.

    Because the one person you are not talking to – despite all the conversations is you.

    Because the Religious guys were on to something with their Sabbaths

    Because some experiences cannot be had on a screen.

    Because not everything that matters is in news feeds.

    Because they are trying to keep you on-line to make money off you.

    Because you need a new perspective sometimes

    Because it is too addictive.

    And because your life should belong to you.

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