How the Mobile Phone is Taking Over the World; Should You Care?

Do you know that today there are over 7.33 billion mobile phone users worldwide? This is a mind-boggling number of mobile phone users! It amounts to about 91.04% of the global population. No wonder the mobile phone is taking over the world slowly by slowly.

 

Have you ever considered how powerful this small gadget (mobile phone) is? Yes, it’s a small gadget, but it’s slowly destroying and killing things we once held dear. If we're not careful, the mobile phone could gradually take over the world.


Look at some of the things the mobile phone is slowly destroying or killing:


  • It’s killing the clock.
  • It’s killing the good old camera.
  • It’s killing the television.
  • It’s killing the radio.
  • It’s killing the landline.
  • It’s killing the torch.
  • It's killing the TV remote.
  • It’s killing laptops and computers.
  • It's killing personal organizers and diaries.
  • It’s killing books, magazines, newspapers, etc.
  • It’s killing wall and desktop calendars.
  • It's almost killed maps.
  • It's almost killed compasses.
  • It’s killing PlayStations (PS).
  • It's killing music players and iPods.
  • It’s killing ATMs.
  • It’s killing credit cards.
  • It’s killing post offices.
  • It's killing watches and clocks.
  • It's killing calculators.
  • It's killing pens, papers, and notebooks.


As if that’s not enough, mobile phones are also gradually destroying and killing the following:

  • Photographers
  • Videographers
  • Marriages
  • Families
  • Friendships
  • Your spiritual life


If you are not careful, the mobile phone could eventually destroy the following things:


  • Your eyes
  • Your health
  • Your sanity
  • Your soul


As I mentioned in an earlier article, you shouldn't allow your mobile phone to control your life. If you do, it can wreak havoc in your life. So, be in control of your mobile phone, and all will be well with you. Cheers!


What’s your take on the mobile phone taking over the world? We’d love to hear your comments in the section below. Also, share widely to create awareness.


 

enna

I'm a life coach, teacher, mother, wife, writer, and blogger. I love writing about well-being, relationships, and family.

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