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It not “mirror, mirror on the wall” but the “sound of silence”. Have I asked too many difficult questions, are people simply busy, or what?
This shouldn’t be a news flash, but being dissatisfied, despairing, or fearful makes you vulnerable to those who would use you. In politics this is especially dangerous as one then tends to be attracted to those who seem like like they are strong, know ‘the answers’, and are ‘willing to take charge’. In my opinion that appearance is not only a sham, but generally hides a desire for control and power that has nothing to do with the best interests of most people.
People wanting to help and people needing help want to connect but in a fragmented society it is difficult to match up goods and services with needs.
For kicks, a high school essay from 30 years ago about a particular cartel — long before the modern opioid crisis. The world has changed, and when it comes to addictions, not for the better it would seem.