In today’s society, in which the dissolute human work is dominant, is there still some space for a pure and innocent look on the world? If air becomes unfit to breathe, food is poisoned and life becomes more cruel, what will save the beauty?
Contemporary human beings, cause and consequence of their own disease, will not be able to know any evolution, unless they deprive themselves of their characteristics.
No gaze will brighten their face, no lips to savour and kiss, no nose and ears either to listen and smell the perfume of the world and of all of its diversities. Human evolution’s man becomes a metaphor of an existential condition, in which the loss of identity is closely related to human irrationality.
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