The feeling of uncertainty always produce anxiety. That a negative thought stuck in one’s head could lead to various scenarios of ill events is a frightening condition.
Frankly, I suspected that something wrong happened domestically and or globally. Without information of what was going on for less than a day, our remoteness was a liability. The lack of power source to energize our modern equipment made it impossible for us to know the real score.
I haven’t considered it yet, that I cared so much for the world in general, its people in particular, its future that I shared, for choosing to live far away from where the action is. My desire to live in peace is somewhat a drawback to my genuine intention to make a difference in my small way.
If you take away blogging from me this very minute, I could withstand the pressure for, say a day. But after that, I will find a way to solve the problem, to be reconnected once more, plugged to the system that could give me peace of mind that the world is still living.
I have my life in a place where I chose. But, I also want to hear about the happenings from everywhere so I could feel I am still a part of civilization.