Warning: everybody’s got a list of warning signs. They range from topical and fear-inducing to timeless and informative, but they seemingly occupy every shadowy corner of our continuously-connected consciousness. It’s a lot to take. All these warnings are truly cutting into the process of daily living and acting from a place of confidence.
Warning: the world is a dangerous place. Adding to the warning epidemic would be the fact that we are more globally aware and concerned than ever before. That pandemic virus can get here via plane before we even realize that it is on the loose. Greece is no longer a far-away country deep in debt, it’s the first domino to fall in a pending global economic collapse. Isolationist foreign policy sounds positively quaint at this point.
Warning: all this warning business is going too far, but perhaps we can turn this trend around. See what we mean as we go Under the Lense.