This quote reminded me of a movie I watched several hours ago. It was Anne Hathaway’s film entitled Devil Wears Prada. There was this scene when Anne’s character (Andy) had a conversation with her boss (Miranda) in a car where they talked about making choices. Andy told her boss that she did not have a choice when she was asked to go with her in Paris. She felt bad for Nigel since the latter expected he will get promoted as new president of a fashion label but it turned out another person got the position. That person was in competition with her boss being retained as an Editor-in-Chief in a magazine called Runway. Because of her disappointment to what she learned from her boss, she walked away and left her glamorous job. For the last time, her boss called her through her mobile phone. She chose not to answer it and then threw it on the fountain. Funny that I found that particular scene as one of my favorite! There came a time that I felt like wanting to throw away my own mobile phone. Good thing I never did.
Kidding aside, it is definitely challenging to be put into a situation where you have to make a difficult choice on your own. As if you are being bombarded with lots of pressures whether to continue proving what you can do but feel beaten or just end the misery by distancing yourself from all the negativities in order to bring back all the pieces again. It may be a difficult journey but whichever way to go, I am sure there would always be learning experiences.
Leaving my mobile phone at home sometimes gets me paranoid. Today, I just left it or have I misplaced it? Anyway, I feel so incomplete as if I lost something! Perfect!
When I don’t have my phone with me, my mind starts to wonder about the many text messages left unread. I can just imagine what if there is an important message which I have to answer right away.
Since I am into business, I also have contacts saved in my mobile phone. Not creating a back-up list of contacts would indeed get me into paranoia. Aside from communicating with friends, using a mobile phone is definitely important especially when I have to attend immediately to the customer’s messages.
Personally, I also find my mobile phone useful especially when I feel alone sometimes. I would just text and pretend as if I have a text mate! Texting also serves as my outlet to talk to God whenever I feel like sharing something. I would usually type them in the Notes under Organizer. I feel that it is more secure for me than creating a message. I have an experience before that I received some messages in Inbox when they were only saved in Drafts. I really found that strange. Hence, I am taking safety precautions. Kidding aside, sharing something helps me become relieved especially in times of distress and even in my happiness state.
P.S. Just an update about my mobile phone, I have already found it! Glad I did! I realized I have only placed it inside my bag. It must have been hidden with the other stuffs. I must really keep an eye to my belongings the next time. =)