It’s amazing how obsessed everyone’s become with their phones, playing with their phones all the time — at restaurants, movies, gym (so I’ve heard), while driving, eating, walking, talking.
The other day I was at a funeral when the person next to me asked me, “Rabbi, what’s the wifi password at the cemetery?”
I told him, “Have some respect for the dead!”
“Thank you Rabbi,” the person replied.
After a pause, he asked, “Is that all lower case?”
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In today’s world, it is becoming more and more acceptable to abuse drugs and alcohol. Why is this?
People have always to some extent consumed alcohol and drugs, there is even an argument that daily consumption of especially alcohol can have health benefits and lead to a healthier and longer life. There is even an argument that in certain cases, use of illicit drugs can lead to a pain-free life.
Many argue that drugs or no more harmful than alcohol and sometimes have less harmful effects on the human body than alcohol.
All of this is open to debate, and while the consumption of illegal drugs is becoming legal in many states and countries we have to begin asking ourselves why are people becoming more and more addicted to their use. It is one’s own personal choice as to whether he or she wants to ruin their life by the excessive consumption of drugs,(illegal or legal), and or alcohol.