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Nine out of ten younger millennials, aged 18 to 24, check their phones at least once an hour, if not “constantly.” The Bank of America mobile trend report says the same group is more likely than any other age group to sleep with their phones next to them in bed. The report found an interesting contradiction however. It found that though most of these people can’t seem to get through a bus ride, church service, or bathroom break without using their phones, more than half of them said they would be happier if they used their phones less. They also said they think technology has brought them closer to friends and relatives who live far away. Even so, fewer than half think new technology will allow them to maintain deeper relationships in the future.—Jim L. Wilson and Jim Sandell

Millennials admit smartphones are sapping their happiness, By Amanda Schupak, , Accessed October 23, 2015.

1 Corinthians 10:23 (HCSB) “’Everything is permissible,’ but not everything is helpful. ‘Everything is permissible,’ but not everything builds up.”

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