In the past 3 months I’ve had 3 new expensive electronics (computer, kitchen appliances, etc…) permanently die on me. I think I’ve lost around $2000 total the past few months. I’m going to try to return one tomorrow, which I’ve only had for 20 days brand new, and try to get $500 back.
These experiences just push me further into the dhamma, and solidifying the belief that anything that can fail, will fail, either sooner or later.
I’m honestly thinking of never buying electronics again unless I really have no choice, talk about dispassion! And what about all those future fully electric cars? will they be just as fragile and vulnerable to electric surges? Will the engine die because of a tiny loose wire? Doesn’t look like a good outlook.
Anyway, thanks for listening to my rant.