Twenty years ago, the way to determine who were the people we really cared about was to ask, “Who would you donate a kidney to?”
These days, there is a much more reliable measure of love. Donating a kidney is nothing compared to this really big sacrifice. Of course, I’m talking about the sacrifice of one’s smartphone. Are there many people you’d hand your phone over to for a week on a moment’s notice? Or for a day?
For me, the sacrifice is not as much about not being able to use the phone (although that stinks, too) as it is about the invasion of my most intimate space.