I know it’s been a while but I’ve been super busy! Working almost 24/7. Thin line…they say be careful what you ask for. Indeed. But what’s a girl to do. I rather be busy than underutilized. Just have to strike a balance somehow, someway…
In my down time I did manage to work on my audio book, do some site-seeing, catch up with friends who I haven’t seen in a while and watch some good movies in between sleep and wake. Movies, television and music does indeed play a number on you sometimes! It makes your mind wander off into remote places and sets the mind adrift. Technology is wonderful. It allows us to live vicariously through the lives of the actors and perhaps awaken a deep memory, desire or dream. Sometimes movies allow us to learn about ourselves or others…things that we may not have been able to visualize for ourselves. Music too. It’s surreal.
In the age of bbm, whatsapp, google chat and skype…we can keep in touch with our loves ones at the touch of a button (free of charge I might add). It’s comforting especially if land and water separates you. On the other hand, it can replace the real thing which is cause for concern as persons may use this as an excuse for not being there physically. It can sometimes cause unwanted connectivity with others which may interfere with our day-to-day life, which is another blog altogether. On the other hand, everything used in moderation with discretion by all users can work for the benefit of everyone involved.
Ceteris paribus (all things remaining equal) technology is great. We have certainly come a long way globally. Wishing everyone a great week ahead. No holding back…your future is now!
I’ll leave you with a quote and pic of my Easter weekend gone. You can like my facebook page for more>>https://www.facebook.com/ThinkingoutLoudbyCarolynCorreia
Tomorrow is promised to no one. Make the most of today. Show the people you love, that you care and value them. Do what you can and make the most of the opportunities available to you now before it’s too late. Don’t let people and opportunities slip through your fingers. Make time for the things in your life that really matter and forget what anyone says. The rest is not important. Follow your instincts and listen to the guiding wisdom within and therein you will find utopia.