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David Whyte

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The greatest tragedy in using speed as the answer to complexity is that very soon we cannot recognize anything that is not travelling at the same velocity as we are. We become strangers to the longer wave-forms of existence; and distant from the greater seasons of our maturation. Time itself becomes the enemy and strangely, prohibits us from having a real relationship with the timeless. The internal, eternal, imaginative self, inhabitant of the place where time does not exist, becomes the greatest stranger of all.