Dystopian ideal

I am holding back reactions these days. I don’t know if life is any better for it. The days of ‘determined consensus’ are here.

The world around me has been fractious more than ever. There’s something in the wind that makes opinions and attitudes divisive. A dystopian ideal, truly.

Reactions and outbursts have given us friends and foes, making life more real. My history professor, a grey bearded man with emotional roller coasters, said life (and marriages) were a tussle between reflexes and reflections.

So what if we are in echo chambers now? We don’t live any longer.

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