Something hits you that just doesn’t square up. Nothing urgent or threatening – more puzzling than disquieting. Your daily grind shoves it aside and then it happens again. It may be a minor news item, or a magazine cover you glance at while checking out of the supermarket or it may be a thought your child brings home from school.
If you are an introspective kind of person, after days, weeks, months or even years that nagging little voice inside says something like, “things have changed and I didn’t even see it happening; what’s going on?” The now disquieting change is not for the better and you just can’t put your finger on why or how or even what exactly.
Words like equality, justice, and opportunity have become nuanced and politically correct speech has limited your ability to put a word to a thought.
Adrift provides context to the stark reality of our future. Read it if you have the courage and wish to become an agent of change to a better direction.
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