Old Age, Fatigue

Iis qui legant – Salvete.
My theory is that when old age starts to shut us down, our simple, common human facets are worn away first, and what’s left of our selves clings to our obsessions and fetishes. Smiles fade, patience fades, but the desire to control remains, and in proportion to our loss of strength, perception, ability, we turn to our addictions for comfort, and reliance on them characterizes our decline.

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