I think our cultural concept of technological-industrial progress usurped collective interest in a homogenized standard of living. And despite the influence of Moore's law and an increase in assistance from technology, people work longer hours, produce more, and make less money. An ever-increasing population and wealth gap expansion facilitated by social Taylorism has overshadowed any notion of collective bargaining for a standardized quality of life. To prevent consolidation of innovation, we move at the pace of minute particulars colliding with inflationary premises. Herded by massive employment of human intelligence, we rise and fall with the gravitational pull of industrial information systems.
Absorbed and exacerbated by our own doing, a sense of unattainable and existential wanting afflicts modernity, consequentially subjugating us to uneasy acquiescence of cheap tricks and distractions. SELF-imposed economic mind games insist that our great global society is on a path to popular immortality, if only we work harder, be better, and faster. Contentment and fulfillment become myths under the scrutiny of unbridled progress. But what else is there to do on Earth? What else is there for an organic mesh of biota to become? Obsolescence and extinction are integral axioms of evolution. After-all, it's the matrix of language that bifurcates phenomena and trifurcates the process of experience. A past, present, and future are all one moment in the presence of cosmic forces unraveling potential in all directions at once. I am an organ donor for the corpus-sol-anima.
Life may very well be a satire on permanency.
"So much joy I cry, so much pain I laugh."
The ink of the scholar is more sacred than the blood of the martyr.
Remember, you need more than one note to make beautiful music.
Love is the missing link!