Phones numbers are the windows to the soul. Every person keeps their phone number under wraps. Over the course of a lifetime digits are given out with startlingly frequency. Jobs require plenty of numbers people reaching out trying to make money. Bosses enjoy having the numbers of their employees in order to successfully gain dominance. Unequal equations reveal themselves in phone numbers. Respect has to be given to the bosses of the world.
The world of friendship remains far more complicated. People move apart. Staying in touch is nearly impossible. Hence people find themselves drifting away from their friends. Fallouts happen. More frequently the passage of time creates further growing and eroding people’s personalities respectively. After a while it becomes impossible to have an opinion. Ambivalence rules over the world with enough confusing signals. Lots of people fall under such categories unable to be easily identified. Years can go by and the phone number can still be there kept hidden forever.
Love hides all. Affection is a thing that can be chased via phone numbers. People give out their phone numbers to ensure they hear back from a potentially special someone. Just because somebody looks great and sounds cool late at night does not mean they are a long term lover. They could be a person for that night, the right one. Circumstances change all the time and nobody has a clue what they are doing. If that wasn’t the case there would be problems.
Out of all phone numbers parents are the ones that never change. Unlike friends and lovers parents are pretty much a certainty in any phone. They remain one of those grandfathered phone numbers the ones memorized back before the age of cell phones. It is strange how people used to memorize all phone numbers before technology made phone number memorization obsolete. A lot of memory has been transferred to the cloud allowing for people to have to remember less detail in a life. Rather a person needs to only know the structure with the technology filling in the blanks.
Blank life rules the phone world. Plenty of people talk on the phone and never meet. That is pretty typical. Unfortunately due to travel expenses not everyone can meet. Instead the slow insistence on distance means that people prefer not to meet face to face opting for far away actions. With the phone the close actions become far away as individuals focus their attention away from the real situations and into the digital. It is only the beginning.