Cell phones have become a staple in our society, and it’s hard to imagine how we survived without them. Communications giant Ericsson reported that there will be 6.1 billion smartphone users by 2020, which is almost the number of people on the planet. In a few short years, our ability to communicate anywhere on the planet has increased dramatically, but our willingness to communicate remains years behind the technology curve. In other words, we have more access to people, but mobile technology has simply become an avenue that reveals how much we have lost respect for the purpose of people.
The nation that refuses to help its citizens build a bridge to its future will always be haunted by it’s past. America is one of the most advanced civilizations on the planet, and at the same time, one of the most dysfunctional nations in the world. She has been a leader in innovation, but quickly falling behind in advancing the human soul toward greatness. Our country even boast some of the most popular names in personal development and ministry, but individuals are still struggling to break free from devices that keep the human soul chained to past. Racial tension is more prevalent today than in the 60’s, because we live in a country that continues to tear down the bridge to our future.