Friendly Quiet

by stewart

People’s ability to communicate with me via electronic applications has long exceeded my ability to communicate with them. I’m just unable to keep-up with this constant chatter.

Doctors with their patient friendly portals- all different; business e-mails from web-pages announcing daily sales; I could go on and on but you all know what I am describing.

I’m just so happy all of these devices have “OFF” buttons and I can use them to sit in the quiet of my own thoughts.
-SB

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