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What is depth?
Depth is the creation of something more than what is required or minimal.
Depth is something which seems arbitrary, but which you are sure has some reason.
Depth is the hidden, the unclear, the difficult, the different.
Depth is abundance and sometimes refinement.
Depth is theatre and ritual.
Depth is meaning.
Where does it fit in?
Depth is often the frustration of need, the need to know, the need to understand, even the need to accomplish a task.
Depth is an unknown force in our environment, or a smug feeling of knowing and comfort.
Depth is the lack of information, the missing puzzle-piece, removed to move the user.
Depth is an appeal to the senses, a riot of exploration, and sometimes a hint of sublime realisation.
Depth is connection and shared experience, knowledge which binds those who experience it.
(Depth is the hidden pattern revealed, the idea found, the reality discovered.)
Why are we attracted to depth?
Depth confounds our needs, denies understanding, induces anxiety.
Depth explored is a safety, we know, we belong, we are safe.
Depth is the mark of the human, a mind frozen in play.
Depth is the maze of minds, the labyrinth of meaning.
Depth is sensuality of thought, of feeling, of hope and loss.
Depth is the sublime, the delicate, the powerful, the raw.
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By Mike Fletcher |