Thoughtful Thursday 04/25/2013

Albert einstein

Albert Einstein

Alright I admit it.. lately in order to get anything done around the house I have been turning on the T.V. or the IPAD for my children to keep them entertained.  It seemed the easiest and quickest way to have a moment of peace.  

My husband and I recently decided in our family to turn off the electronics more and spend that time together.  I can’t tell you the difference it has made even in just one week.  Our children have fought less, helped more, and used their imaginations.  I’m not saying that electronics are bad, but all things are best in moderation.

Check out what Albert Einstein had to say about it….

Albert Einstein was fearful of the growth of technology and its effect on the human race.Here is Albert Einstein’s quote:

“I fear the day when the technology overlaps with our humanity. The world will only have a generation of idiots.”

Now keep that quote in mind and look at the photos below and tell us that Albert Einstein’s prophecy years ago hasn’t come true.

Special-Occassion Having-Coffee Having-Dinner-w-friends enjoying-a-game Enjoying-a-convertible Enjoying-a-museum Date-with-a-grilfriend Day-at-the-beach

Interesting right?

Here’s the original link that was shared with me  Albert Einstein

Have a great weekend.

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