Nostalgic Apps
Laura Lee - November 27, 2018

The True Meaning Of Life

By Pat A. FlemingPublished: July 2017

The Years have passed by,
In the blink of an eye,
Moments of sadness,
And joy have flown by.

People I loved,
Have come and have gone,
But the world never stopped,
And we all carried on.

Life wasn't easy,
And the struggles were there,
Filled with times that it mattered,
Times I just didn't care.

I stood on my own,
And I still found my way,
Through some nights filled with tears,
And the dawn of new days.

And now with old age,
It's become very clear,
Things I once found important,
Were not why I was here.

And how many things,
That I managed to buy,
Were never what made me,
Feel better inside.

And the worries and fears,
That plagued me each day,
In the end of it all,
Would just fade away.

But how much I reached out,
To others when needed,
Would be the true measure,
Of how I succeeded.

And how much I shared,
Of my soul and my heart,
Would ultimately be,
What set me apart.

And what's really important,
Is my opinion of me,
And whether or not,
I'm the best I can be.

And how much more kindness,
And love I can show,
Before the Lord tells me,
It's my time to go.

Although we most certainly love new technological upgrades, too often, our favorite childhood past times simply vanish into thin air.  Many of the iconic classic programs that we once adored have become more glamorous and more fancy.

But for when you’re feeling super nostalgic, there are some apps you might want to download. Don’t worry, you’ll still be able to swipe around on Tinder and stream music.  You can pick and choose which parts of the ’90s to throwback.
For starters, there’s Nokia Composer. Although everyone on earth pretty much had a Nokia handset, only the coolest of kids knew how to use this programs. With the new app, you can relive your glory days and impress everyone with your ringtones.
Then of course, there’s the legendary Snake ’97 that required nothing more than some basic coordination. Since then, there’s been updated versions of the game, but the full experience means seeing every single pixelated segment of the snake’s body.
And probably the best yet? The Tamagotchi. It was the digital pet that taught us all how to deal with death. Although back in the day they were handheld devices, unrelated to phones, today they are available as smartphone pets, and it’s totally epic.  Just make sure not to check on your pet during important business meetings.