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John and his wife, Lizzie, were there, along with Junior, his wife, their four daughters, and a son who had been born at home just five days before. John had his worries about where technology was taking the Amish community.“We’re not supposed to have computers; we’re not supposed to have cellphones,” he said.
Lizzie had prepared steak, potatoes, and corn, with watermelon from the garden for dessert. “We’re allowed to have a phone, but not in the house.
Their rigid abstinence from many kinds of technology has left parts of their lifestyle frozen since the 19th century: no cars, TVs or connections to electric utilities, for example.
Not far away, a man in his late 60s with a silvery beard, wide-brimmed straw hat and suspenders adjusted the settings on a computer-driven crosscut saw.
He was soon cutting pieces for gazebos that are sold online and delivered around the country.
Regular use of cellphones can result in an over-reliance on machines and technology to solve problems.
And a phone can pull individuals away from a group.“A cellphone and some earbuds are all it takes to place yourself in your own world, isolated from the rest of society,” Mr. “In some sense that is profoundly anti-Amish.”For now, some people in the Amish community seem to be able to keep modern technology at arm’s length.