Texting Can Wait Documentary

It is rare I urge folks to do something, but this is one video everyone must see.  AT & T produced a documentary on the devastating, and sometimes deadly, consequences of texting and driving.

Texting can wait.  This powerful, powerful message cannot.  Thank you for listening – and yes, please share with everyone you love.  The next 11 minutes might just save a life…


About Resilient Heart

TBI x3, that's me! If you had a Traumatic Brain Injury (or Injuries!) and knew you might not remember dates, events, people, etc., would you live each day differently? Would you give more, forgive more, heal more? I am. The statistics for me developing Dementia or Alzheimer's is a high possibility - one, because of the TBIs, and two - because I'm genetically predisposed. Come with me as this present moment is all we know we have... Wishing you all the best - today & always. Blessings, Love & Peace, RH
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8 Responses to Texting Can Wait Documentary

  1. i can’t stand when i see people using their phones in any way while driving!

    • Me too! Why it isn’t illegal everywhere is beyond me. Driving is not a spectator sport!

      But I’ve also seen people brushing their teeth, reading the paper, putting on makeup, even one guy shaving. Stupid is as stupid does.

  2. OMG, you are so hilarious….and it’s TRUE! Holy guacamole!

  3. in alberta we have a distracted driving law, including texting, but people still do it. sheesh

  4. Louise G. says:

    Such a powerful message REsilient Heart — thank you for sharing it. And yes, in Alberta we have a distracted driving law — that is often ignored.

    Thanks for dropping by my place.

    • Thanks so much for your comment! It is a difficult truth that we have the ability to hurt or kill another person or person while we’re entertaining ourselves. Thanks & take good care. 🙂

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