If you ask any one even a small child will tell you than to charge your device you need to be plugged in. Perhaps after blogging for almost a week straight I have lost it
I don't think so and let me explain.
I have been very open about my beliefs and religious convictions and as a Orthodox Jew I am a Sabbath observer. Each week from Friday right before sunset until Saturday night an hour after sunset is my sabbath. The sabbath is filled with a number of religious aspects like going to synagogue, having a festive meal, and making certain blessings. There are also things we cant do. I want to focus on a few of those. We don't use phones, computers or drive in cars. Lights must stay on for the whole 25 hours we cannot turn on and off lights either. So no cell phones, texting, emails etc. I am completely "UNPLUGGED". Now on the surface it looks like a lot of restriction and they are but behind the surface I think they reveal a certain beauty.
It allows one to connect to what truly is important in their lives. ( Just as a side not many of my friends are online) Focus on the true meaning of friends and family. You are able to step back take walks and appreciate nature. Read a paper book and relax as well.
By unplugging and taking a step back from the day to day grind in which we are often controlled by our devices we are in fact able to recharge.
I know many administrators have done a "NO OFFICE DAY" perhaps this year people should try an "UNPLUGGED DAY"