The Social Media addiction

Thanks to Shyamal Rao For Sharing This Enlightening Post. Namaste.

The Crack Indian

Gone are the days of secrets. Social media is now more intresting than reality. You don’t have or want to meet anybody in person anymore. Every aspect of a person’s life is now on Facebook or Twitter from the time the person wakes up to the time the person goes to sleep.

People upload themselves painting their finger and toenails, cooking, traveling, having a crisis in life or even attending a funeral. Social media addiction is everybody’s story now.

Mumbai-based Prashant Gautam Nanaware is a typical example. “I take pictures of everything, including food, and post things online instantly,” says the 30-year-old communication consultant who has Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook and WhatsApp on his phone, with all the notifications always on. Even his travelling is full of clicking, “instagramming”, and responding to incoming messages. “What’s an off time? My phone’s on my bedside when I sleep; when I wake up…

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M.G. Wells is an author, artist, playwright and screenwriter. Encouraged and supported by her colorful grandparents at an early age for her numerous artistic talents, M.G. strives to create a diverse body of work to entertain and inspire. Fun stuff too. Enjoy.
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5 Responses to The Social Media addiction

  1. MG WELLS says:

    Thanks to ALL for your likes. This is an important post about the state of social media. Many thanks to Shyamal Rao for allowing me to share. Enjoy the day. Blessings to All…Namaste.

  2. Funny and too true. I recently unplugged for two weeks and the difference in my day was amazing. Social media can really gobble up the day, and there is an underlying stress with the immediacy of it all that I wasn’t aware of.

  3. Xeno says:

    Awesome quote.

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