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False mirror

False mirror

When I walk down the street, even here in a small seaside town on a quiet weekday in the middle of a lingering viral panic, the few people I see on my travels are busy staring at their phones. The same thing on the beach on a sunny day, when the tourists pour in and take over the place. I took a train to Tunbridge Wells last week, and everyone was completely lost in their own digital dream. Even me,…

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Reality is Crumbling

Reality is Crumbling

Each day I wonder two things, how long will I and how long will the world survive? Will I see the end, or merely the beginning of the fall? For the time that approaches has been marked for centuries, and what we, the last visitors to this construct of reality must understand, is that we have been granted a great privilege, not in our colour, gender, or class, but our presence, our existence in this last moment together. For we…

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