Red Post 2 Adrenalin

ADRENALIN
CITY LIFE

When I lived in New York,
I would spend some of my weekends on Long Island at my parents’ house, in the forest, by the sea,
where it was completely silent and completely dark.
There, I rested.

Sunday evening, I would take the Long Island Railroad back into the city.
As the escalator took me up to 7th Avenue and 32nd Street from the train tracks of Penn Station,
adrenalin began to course through my body.

As I reached street level, colors and lights streaked by,
sounds circulated in an irregular, but persistent rhythm. I felt invigorated.
The repose of the weekend was over. I hailed a taxi, went home
and threw myself into my work the next day.

The concentration of human capacity that lives in large cities
produces a vibrating energy from which we can draw and to which we can contribute.
It offers us a means of realizing our full potential.

 

 

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