Liberty University “Digital Detox Center”

Liberty University “Digital Detox Center”

Sylvia Hart Frejd’s mission is to help students balance tech time and face time (not FaceTime), training their eyes on fellow humans instead of smart screens.

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Oh, a lost people, an enslaved people, a sadness of what passes as ministries of help in God’s name.

The real solution – surrender to God and let the wind blow your life around. Do that and you will be constantly freed from any enslavement to anything.

Jesus answered,  …”The wind blows wherever it pleases. You hear its sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going. So it is with everyone born of the Spirit.”   (John 3:5-8)


Man, in terms of mankind, which means womankind, can become enslaved to anything. Indeed, will become enslaved to anything and everything unless being transformed by God moment by moment. Like being blown like the wind.

The solution is to surrender and let the wind of the Holy Spirit blow your life around.

Yea, I know, I’ve heard the whines before.

That such requires hating of your religious life, a carried cross and following Jesus – what a tragedy the freedom in the Holy Spirit is. Let’s see, my sinful opinions, or the freedom of the Holy Spirit – yea – what a tough choice.

Thank you Lord for your wind which does blow around keeping self off it’s throne.

Thank-you, thank-you and thank-you!


Put down the iPad, pick up the cross and let the wind blow where it chooses, when it chooses and in the manner it chooses. Those of the wind of God, those surrendered the fullest, have the widest, most varying and depth of a personality. They are full to selflessly love all men, fully open to seek out wondrous things and have minds flowing deep in thought. In short, they are given the abundant life.

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams


Article Reference

(—First, overcome fear of a real conversation. “My advice is, you put down your phone first and make that face-to-face connection.” To make her point, 20 students in Liberty’s theater arts department staged a flash mob in the dining hall, holding their cellphones, frozen for three minutes, before shouting “Look up!” — the name of Dr. Frejd’s campaign, which includes posters and pop-up tents around campus.