The illogical man

The less time I spend in the fashionable world, the greater the contrast I find between it and the natural one. In nature, economy, defense, and survival rely completely upon what we humans might call common sense. In the general public, experiential knowledge becomes secondary to the illusion that danger shall never exist. In that world it seems, logic is slowly becoming obsolete.

snow and ice warning sign
A sign of our times.
TheWriteBeat
TheWriteBeat
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2 Comments

  1. As usual, Ruth, I agree that you hit the nail on the head. Common sense has flown out the window! Where, why, how long ago???
    I learned it as a kid, practicing all my life. I suppose you either “got it” or you don’t! Another great comment. Thank you.

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