The act of waiting

The act of waiting, waiting for that thing to jolt you out of your reality, waiting for that turning point, that moment of realisation you need, there is a suspense there, a lingering that demands to be shattered. Well, that’s where panic comes in. Panic disrupts, panic lifts you up. Panic is a response to the daily OK-ness of things, the result of a demand for that craved for explosion in a narrative, that part in an interview where the interviewee said: ‘and that’s when my life changed’. That part on a timeline, in a biography, where things became different. But that part wasn’t a point it was a process.

The act of waiting

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