What is digital fasting? Is it something new? Is it good? Well I have no idea about it so I came to know about it when I have noticed that I am using too much of Google and Facebook, which I think is not so creative way to utilize your brain’s intake.
So I have decided to do fasting. In India, well in Indian culture we fast for worship, good health and vitalized our body and do is just by not eating for a day. It starts with yesterday night when you go to bed and will finish at tomorrow morning.
Now someone may wonder why all this? What is the benefit ? Well first of all, Facebook and Google bombard with lots of information, which of most are either junk or useless. Your brain only identify it after you go through it. So just imagine that you are eating lots of junk food every day for longer time and you got habit of it. How will be your body react? Just imagine. Scary hum mm…???!!!! This sort of thing happens with your mind too. When you over use Facebook, Twitter and Google. Just think for a second.
To be mentally healthy just Do Digital fasting once a month or in fortnightly. You will find your self in different direction. There are some other environmental advantages too. Just imagine that if only 1% of Facebook user and Google user are fasting for a one day and it might possible that we can reduce carbon from earth by some percentages. (Of course Google and Facebook wouldn’t like this. But I bet they will become more transparent and will make efforts to stop serving our brain junkies information. once if everybody start digital fasting. )
So here is my way of digital fasting.
- NO FACEBOOK FOR A DAY.
- NO GOOGLE FOR A DAY.
- NO BING FOR A DAY.
- NO YAHOO FOR A DAY.
- NO TWITTER FOR A DAY.
- NOT EVEN ON MOBILE.
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Digital Fasting is good not because I said it. Jesus said it too.
P.S.: wiki : fasting
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