If your bible, and your smartphone falls down at the same time which one wil you pick first.
I have 12 Bibles here and there in my apartment. I think I have dropped one now and then and always picked it up again since I was reading it.
I do not own a smart phone!
I have two hands, so I will swoop down and pick up both at the same time--although in the importance category - the phone is not important to me.
Logic demands that you pick up the one which is closest to you first; It does not matter whether it is The Bible or the smart phone. When something falls down the response is involuntary and instantaneous and is not well thought of.
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