Years of intuition, which is actually just a wet ball of entitlement and insecurity, restless in its isolation.

Dewey casts a disquisitive eye over our world he encounters, one where a diversity of identities and ideas is often overlooked as the norm. Dewey shows how our world is seen by those who are forced or unafraid to consider the possibilities beyond the status quo. He shakes the familiar comforts and urges us to confront viewpoints usually dismissed as inflammatory or threatening or frightening.

He looks for a twinned solitude (core, belonging, consistency, evenness, trust, bond, communion, ease – simple and minimal, still peace) – none of them are worthwhile, though, preferably me-me-me.”


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