On a random Thursday morning, I woke up to find my mobile phone dead. It had been drained of battery overnight and wouldn’t turn on, no matter how many times I tried to charge it. I was convinced that my phone was officially dead, and I felt a twinge of sadness as I thought about all the memories and contacts stored on it.
I went through my day as usual, but my phone was a constant presence in my pocket. It weighed heavy, a constant reminder of my loss. I had made up my mind to buy a new phone as soon as possible, but the thought of transferring all my contacts and memories over to a new device was daunting.
The next morning, I went to work with my dead phone in my pocket. All hope lost, I had made up my mind to buy a new one. But as I was sitting at my desk, I had a sudden thought. I asked Ashesh, a colleague of mine, if I could borrow his charger for a moment.
He agreed, and I connected my phone to his charger, one last time. I was convinced that it was a hopeless cause, but I couldn’t shake the feeling that I should give it one more try. After a few minutes, nothing had happened. My phone was still dead, and I was ready to give up.
But then, out of nowhere, my phone started to vibrate. The screen flickered to life, and I couldn’t believe it. My phone was alive. After 2 hours, another colleague of mine announced that my phone was fully charged. I felt a huge sense of relief and gratitude.
In the end, it turns out that my phone wasn’t dead after all, just drained of battery. And even though it had died, it had come back to life. It was a reminder to never give up hope and to always try again.
Update: This Mobile and my Laptop was stolen, Here you can read the full story.
Conclusion: Keep your valuable stuffs safe, they may have a second chance, just like my phone.