(Opinion) To be swallowed up in a totally new emotional experience and to replace our boring, aimless, frustrating world with a new one made just for us.
Isn’t that what we would all treasure, if not for a lifetime, at least for as long as the magic lasts? And isn’t the world into which modern technology thrusts us more than a little scary?
Are we already living in a new reality, always connected by sound and picture wherever we are, with whomever we want (or perhaps don’t want) to be connected.
The more we seek answers to . . .