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Disconnection

Not quite pareidolia, perhaps more narcissism…

The more we all become digitally connected, the less we actually and sincerely connect.

There is a vast (and possibly inevitable) vacuum of trust and faith in each other, in interpersonal or international bonding and in humanity.

This lack of trust leads us all, for the most part, to seek to share and inhabit the rank superficialities of meaningless trivia, adversarial emptiness or ideological platitude.

The more we become connected and integrated into a global communications system, the more confused and isolated we all become.

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