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RE: Death by screen

in OCD2 years ago

How blurry is your reality when driving through life under the constant pour of rain drops? There is this fine line of perception and we constantly work the windshield to wash off the pain.

This sounds like the opening scene of a film noir movie. Love that genre.

Powerful message and so true, I keep reminding myself of all this too.

I’m actually taking a foot bath now after having walked to my twin sister and back ( two hours in total in a mountainy landscape )

Self care is underrated and I’m slowly getting better at it.

Connection to the world, other human beings and creatures and ourselves is key. We can go to far in it online though. It’s not the same.

Big hug and much love,


P.S. you look great but I’m also aware it’s just a picture.


Thank you very much Vincent, I feel proud that you admire my writing style in this one.
Actually you are the first to consider the picture and the ideas behind it. It wasn't a happy day for me although I am smiling in the image. The images taken are in a train taken by me back home. Not very happy when I took them either. I was reflecting about this while I wrote this. I was thinking about how many people must be feeling the same behind the cute, smiling, happy posts. I appreciate that you have managed to pick up the essence from this article.
Online interaction has limitations. I believe in the real stuff. Emoticons, smileys, messages don't feel the same as a hug, a face to face interaction. It can't be replaced. Our way to each other's heart can't be replaced and it is sad that society promotes the other way around which only accentuates the sadness that already exists in the world. And the solitude