The world offers its things to worry about. About as often, people offer their idiosyncrasies to us to distract or annoy us. We live in a sensory whirlpool of – "urgently needed" products, sensational news, endless demands for our attention. What we need we don't get.
We don't because we fail to recognize its importance. We numb down to the whirlpool's noise and force. We distract ourselves believing we're living when we are really on sensory overload.Add a comment