“Don’t talk to strangers,” our parents told us when we were kids—for safety reasons.
But now that I’m an adult kind of, I’m talking to strangers more—for safety reasons.
You see, I think we’re all a bit lonely inside. We all want and need to connect with others, but how do we possibly break the trance, interrupt the high-speed rhythm everyone’s flowing at? I’m beginning to see that this disconnected rush we’re in is more permeable than I thought, and mostly just an act. Continue Reading