Daily Post Prompt: Youth

In response to daily post’s one-word prompt: Youth

Cell Phone

Youth reminds me of early years, teens, teenagers,childhood. This to me is the time to train teenagers to become responsible citizens of the world. The youth of today besides enjoying the rise of technology, must  also use them responsibly.

I am thinking of the invention of cell phones, when I look around I see kids using their cell phone, while walking, driving, in short they are oblivious to the fact there is a world outside and  they should be cautious of when they can  use their little toy the,”Cell Phone,” only yesterday a teen was driving her parent’s car an SUV, she was in the parking lot, where one must be aware of other people around and the speed of her vehicle. She ignored all these important things, and drove her vehicle without looking, she smashed into a car, the driver had seen her and waited to let her pass.

I had to bring this up, because the girl in the car was my daughter, she had a mild concussion, I’m worried, not knowing how this is going to impact her. In the meantime I wonder whether her parents would teach her that driving and using the,”Cell Phone,’ is a big No,No!

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8 thoughts on “Daily Post Prompt: Youth

  1. Dear Ranu,

    Do I understand your post correctly that your daughter was involved? If so (and even if she is not your daughter), I hope she is well!

    All good wishes,


    • Dear Robert,
      Thank you,yes it is my daughter, she stopped to let this person go and got hit by her car.

      A good friend of hers took her to the hospital, I knew nothing about it, until they came home. 😦

  2. My dearest sister,

    I’m also very sorry to hear about it. I hope that it does not leave any impact on your daughter and she remains perfectly fine. It must have been a horrible experience, and a testing time for you too.

    • My daughter stopped and waited in the parking place for her to go,
      the other girl was speeding didn’t even see where she was, my daughter seems fine, she had a concussion I am worried.

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