The words of Simon and Garfunkel's Sound of Silence apparently are pretty timeless.
When set against a modern backdrop, the 55-year old lyrics do a pretty spot-on job of describing "people talking without speaking" and "people hearing without listening." As Art Garfunkel once put it, the central theme of the piece is "the inability of people to communicate with each other," which is as relevant today as it was then.
But what can we do to cut through some of the noise and clutter of modern notifications and distractions? Putting one's phone away for the day and enjoying time outside with family is a great start, and something that I did today, and will work to do more and more on every Sunday.