Saturday, 19 March 2016

// A NEPALI WOMANS VIEW ON OUR CELLPHONE SOCIETY //


"For a simpleton like me,
it’s difficult to understand many things 
of today.
 I don’t understand phones. 
And the songs they play.
 Today everyone has their own songs and 
everyone has their own phones. 
And little children wear lipstick and dance. 
Back then we sang the only one or two songs 
that everyone danced to and there were no phones. 
Back then everyone talked with everyone. 
Cried together, danced together. 
No lipsticks, back then." 
(Chapagaun, Lalitpur)

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