We are vampires for our needs: recharges

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illustration of Pawel Kuczysnki

We are increasingly dependent on smartphones. Now when our cell phone is empty we go into a panic, worried about finding a way to recharge our cell phone. Although today there are power banks, which allow us to recharge our device wherever we are, it always happens sometimes that we are lacking in something that loads our mobile phone.

Especially when we are traveling and we need the navigator, we panic because we have to find a place where there is someone who does us the favor of reacharging our smartphone. But it can also happen while we talk on the phone or while we are consulting some things on the web. Unfortunately, although technology has made giant strides, the many features of the mobile phone quickly discharge the battery. The 3-4 day battery life of old phones is only a distant memory.

The mobile phone is an integral part of every moment of our life. And strange to think that before we lived without the ability to shoot at any time. In the past Probably the photos that were available had a more affective value because they represented a special moment. But today it seems that every day is the good one to live a magical experience and we end up living in the monotony and in the illusion that every day everything is possible.

Often we are vampires also in a figurative sense: we need things that we really don’t need. Often recalling memories only with photographic memory helps us to be even more detached towards negative things and attached to positive ones. Binding to an accessory almost always makes us feel powerless from a spiritual point of view.

6 thoughts on “We are vampires for our needs: recharges

  1. That made me laugh, so true and I am guilty. I do have a power bank. I take too many photos and send them to Instagram and family and friends as if they must know where we are at that very moment! It is fun though to know you can send a picture to your family on the other side of the world.

  2. Hello Gabrieleromano,

    Mobile phones as vampires and humans as their ghouls could be used as a concept for a short film and/or movie. πŸ˜‰

    I noticed that the font on your blog/website is very small and harder to read, have you considered returning it to a normal size?

    Thank you,
    -John Jr

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