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  1. Masha Allah, spot on. I have a bad habit too compulsively checking new tweets or emails or blog traffic every several minutes. I think there’s only one solution to this : DISCONNECT and leave, and enjoy the outside world for a while and truly immerse in the moment, to let go of attachment to gadget for a while. You’re not gonna die soon if you don’t know “the latest beat” the very second you see it. Just my 2 cents….

  2. Jazak Allah for this beneficial article. May Allah guide all of us to a moderate lifestyle and help us not to overdo our connection with technology not only in Ramadan but beyond it too…insha Allah.

  3. Kindly note the number of deaths reported in this article dates to the week of April 22nd (2013). In just two and a half months, the death toll has risen to 1,026 (as of the time that the article went to print/online), underscoring the seriousness of the issue and need for attentive drivers.

  4. Very nice. Barakallhu feeki. My main takeaway is the need to figure things out around our own peculiarities rather than assuming everybody else’ solutions will apply to our situations. Alhamdulillah, I have never had a facebook account and I still don’t feel like I am missing much. Perhaps I am been extreme but I really do not feel any particular resentment towards social media; I just can’t be bothered to use it.