We live in the Age of Distraction. Information is everywhere. It is easy to become so mesmerized by current events that appear to be happening right under our noses.
We feel we must have blow-by-blow updates: from our Twitter feeds or by surfing TV news channels, even as these events are still unfolding.
In between our endeavors to experience the most thunderous, most in-your-face aspects of reality secondhand, we deal with jobs, families, chores, and exercise regimes that guarantee to keep us on the planet longer.Read more on everydaypower.com