I was away for during the weekend for some faith related retreat. That means no internet access, no family commitments, no nothing except eat, reflect, faith formation and naps.
It is nice to be away from it all and spend time to reflect on our purpose in life. And I realised that my priorities change with time. Sometimes, I am super focussed on making money, other times I am fanatic on SEO and so on.
Eventhough I was away, that doesn’t mean that I didn’t steal time in between breaks to check on my blogs with my Sony Ericsson P1i smartphone. I mean, I already have the phone in my palm with unlimited wifi and Opera Mini. So, how can I not take a peek from time to time, right?
And what have I learnt from the two days? I learn to be thankful for the “Delete All” button we have. I am thankful of Akismet. I get to “Delete All’ those spams, hateful comments I received on my personal blogs and hundreds of unwanted comments just ‘poof’! like that.
(hateful comments are those political sentiments expressed by random surfers, not that I have any haters hahaha)
You know what? How nice if we have “Delete All” button in our lives too. Don’t like your looks? Delete All. Don’t like your mother-in-law’s comments about you? Delete All. Don’t like your friends and colleagues? Delete All.
Ahhh…wishful thinking. In real life, we have to ‘Edit’ all the time.