Raise your head!
How you will see the beauty if you’re looking down?
How you will see clearly if you’re looking down?
How you will see your beloved ones’ eyes, if you’re looking down?
How you will know if they’re happy or sad, crying or shining?
How you will notice these tender eyes gazing at you?
How you will enjoy the sunset and sunrise beauty?
How you will see the green, the nature, the sea, the flowers…
Have you watched the flowers in the garden, how beautiful they are?
Have you heard the birds announcing a new beautiful day?
Have you noticed this old man struggling daily with his bag hoping someone can give him a hand?
Have you noticed this little girl? She was so scared and needed just a smile!
Have you noticed this woman, have you noticed this man? They were searching for your eyes desperately!
Have you noticed?
Have you noticed anything at all!
How you will see?
How you will notice?
If you don’t raise your head from this damn device you’re slave to?
How the hell you will see?
How the hell you will live?
And later on you complain that this life is harsh, nobody cares, and nobody loves you!
You try to take your life!
Have you lived from the first place?
Because if you ever did, you will never think to take your life, because life is so precious, so beautiful!
Just raise your damn head!
I’m sure when you’re dead you won’t be able to tell the difference between burying you head in some device or in the grave!
I’m sure when your beloved ones die, you will read about them or hear stories about them…
Stories they wanted to tell you so badly if you ever raised your head!
People fought for centuries to abolish slavery and you’re making yourself a slave willingly!
You’re a slave for a little changeable piece, chargeable piece, fragile and unstable
That makes you a “stupid slave” for a so-called “smart device”.
Raise your head and live!
You’ll only live once so make it counts!
Thank you for reading. Appreciate your thoughts and opinions regarding this matter.
Have a great mobileless weekend! 🙂
Huguette Antoun – May 17th 2019