"Mom. Mom. Mom!" I looked up at my son. "I'm sorry. What?" I asked.
"Did you hear anything I said?"
"No," I admitted.
"I think you are addicted to your phone," he remarked.
Justifications and excuses lingered on the tip of my tongue. I wanted to tell him about the "important" email I had to send. But the truth is, he was right.
The Pull of Technology
I recently wrote an article about investing the limited time we have with our children. One of the biggest drains of our time is technology because of the access it gives us to a virtual life. Our lives revolve around this access and its pull on us is strong. There's always email to check, texts to respond to, statuses to update, images and videos to see or post. And they must be done right away (or so we think) -- putting everything else on pause.
[Read the rest of the article at Desiring God.]