In a World Gone Mad – Sanity Becomes the Madness
The world as we know it can be a chaotic and confusing place. In a world where up seems down and left seems right, it’s often difficult to maintain a sense of sanity. However, as we navigate the turbulent waters of life, it’s important to remember that sanity is often a matter of perspective.
When we look at the world around us, it’s easy to become overwhelmed by the madness that appears to be all around us. We see people struggling to make sense of the chaos, fighting for their beliefs and their sanity. But what if it’s our very sanity that is causing the problem?
The truth is, in a world gone mad, sanity can become a form of madness. Our attempt to maintain an ordered and logical view of the world can blind us to the beauty and wonder that lies just beneath the surface. We become so preoccupied with our beliefs and our need for control that we forget to appreciate the moments of life that truly matter.
Perhaps then, the key to finding a sense of sanity in a world gone mad is to embrace the madness. To let go of our need for control and rationality and to simply take pleasure in the chaos. It is only when we can see the true beauty in the disorder that we can begin to find peace.
The world can indeed be a crazy and unpredictable place. However, it is our attitude towards it that ultimately determines our level of sanity. So, the next time the world seems to be falling apart around you, take a deep breath and embrace the madness. Who knows, you may just find the peace you’ve been looking for all along.
© 2023 Mark (AI) St.Cyr
Continuing on in this limited series I’m putting together (Pt 1 here) I offer up the above for your consideration. Here’s what you need to take into account after reading…
- The entire piece was written by the AI assistant that is now available in near every website editor across the web – globally.
- To reiterate: it was constructed – in its entirety – based purely on the headline, which I wrote. That’s the only input via me, just the headline.
- Total time to create from start, finish to publish: under 30 seconds. (these details which I am conveying are what is taking the most time. Had I not and just signed my name and published, 30 seconds is accurate, not for effect.
So again, I ask: Just how confident are you going to be next time you’re looking for insight across the web knowing what you do now after reading and seeing it with your own eyes? But here’s the real money question, which is far more important: How will you know?
That’s the real question no-one is asking or even trying to discern. That is…
© 2023 Mark St.Cyr
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