So, it’s been an hour that my internet is down. It’s the digital era, and life seems incomplete if you are not connected with your Wi-Fi. The Internet has become a drug for us and we cannot think properly without a dose of it. Now the internet has made this world a smaller place, as you can see whatever is happening around the globe by just a click.
The Internet has helped companies grow and has made various employment opportunities for the population. But I’ll just talk about me, right now. A 20-year old college going boy who is living his life in the present and not worrying about future.
Now it’s a lazy day and my plan was to pass this day laying down on bed and surf internet. But the worst has happened to me. My internet has gone down. I have completely nothing to do and I have no other option other than WAIT!
Now, I’ve summed up what I have done in this hour minute by minute.
An hour consists of 60 minutes and out of those 60 minutes, when the internet went down for the first minute, I tapped on my phone around 1000 times thinking this will start the internet, and for the next 30 minutes I did everything I could to start it but failed in every attempt.
Tired of all the attempts, I laid down and for around 5 minutes I just stared on my phone’s wallpaper and opened all the apps on my phone wondering what to do with them.
5 minutes, I have stared at my gallery and thousands of Whatsapp images that even I didn’t know are saved in my phone.
After I was done with my phone, I kept it aside and decided to see the rest of the world from my eyes and not on someone’s Snapchat… for the next 5 minutes, I collected all the power vested in my body to get up but I was too lazy to get up so I just started thinking about my future goals. Now, this was one of my biggest mistakes. Because, to make something out of my future, I needed the Internet, which was not available at the moment. It took me next 15 minutes to understand that nothing could be done in life without the internet.
So I just waited for the internet with some more depression!