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White Masks of Dark Dystopian Visions

Life feels good when we can laugh and joke, drink coffee and eat chocolate cake. But in a world where we are disconnected, where we lose the will to care when we always should, where we no longer eat cake, this is a dystopian world.

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Berlin Notes — Writing about the Creative Art of Living. Writing & Photography, art, cats and creativity. http://seandurham.eu

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