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Inner Angels & Enemies

On the last day of a recent 3 day blog fast, my girls asked me to watch a movie with them. The movie was a Japanese Anime Film and the boy in the movie had no technology in his home. They only had a dial-phone and lots of books.

My youngest daughter (9yrs) was fascinated by this film, it inspired her to want to take a break from technology herself. She expressed to me her desire to go on a technology fast. This little angel had ideals of lasting a whole week with no TV, no Nintendo DS, no Wii, no computer, no mp3 player, no DVD’s, nothing!

We discussed this at some length, I explained that a whole week is a very long time for a little girl and perhaps it could be something she works up towards. I explained my theory about 3day fasts. They are achievable yet…

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  1. Good morning Tj,you are a wonderful mother,when we grow up we didn’t have all this technology, .My 10 years old granddaughter has so much electronics to play with it is amazing.L wonder what this generation will do to their kids?Regards.jalal

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    1. Jalal your comment is wonderful but it is a reblog and you will enjoy her other articles too. The author is very inspiring and is a caring mother. Thank you for your loving heart.

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  2. thank you for re-blogging this post. life was much simpler way back in the day. its sad that children these days (except for a few such as the one in this article) will not experience life without technology. by the way, did you read A Poem of Christmas woe on her blog? Amazing. so thank you, otherwise I would not have found this blog.

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