I prefer to think that I lost it.
And that if someone took it, then they must have really needed it.
Good for them.
It won’t be much good to them, because the way iPhones work, unless you know the passcode, the phone is useless.
I wonder if they figure out the passcode is 1111?
haha – it’s not.
It should be 4444 – but I’m not that stupid.
I’m just stupid enough to have lost my phone.
I use my phone a lot. I’m a communicator, and for me my phone is an essential tool. And I’m away working. I am on my way to the Cannes Film Festival, and I have meetings lined up and the only real way people can get in touch is via my cellphone.
Also, I’m still in post production on my film on intuition – PGS – Intuition is your Personal Guidance System. I’m coordinating the post whilst away – plus I’ve also begun the early stages of marketing. So I need my phone right now.
Each morning when I meditate, I ask that my teachers, my guides, and my Higher Self bring forth to me the lessons that I need to learn so that I can accelerate my growth.
So what lessons can I glean from this loss / theft?
You might say that I’m being told that I shouldn’t be so reliant upon technology.
Or that I shouldn’t be so covetous of material things – like my glorious iPhone 7+, which is simply a thing of beauty and wonder.
Or that I shouldn’t leave my phone on the roof of the car and wander off to take photos, then later drive off forgetting that’s where I left it.
I prefer to think that it’s a lesson in mindfulness.
Because when I track back on when I last saw my phone, and what I did with it, I draw a blank. A complete and utter blank.
Maybe I did drive off with the phone on the roof of the car. Maybe I left it in the cafe moments before, and it was lifted by some quick fingered thieves. Fact is, I don’t know. Which makes me think that I’m not very mindful of my actions – and I should be.
I see it as a lesson in mindfulness – asking me to be more aware moment to moment of how I walk through this world.
And also, possibly, it’s a lesson never to leave my phone on the roof of a car…