The sky was just turning its evening colors as he walked through the streets of a town whose name is not important. The rain dripped off each leaf with little plinks and drips that, if isolated, would make your skin crawl. He was aware that several unusual pairs of eyes were staring at him. He sensed the mothers holding their children to their hips, frightened at the smell of strangeness emanating from this man who walked looking straight ahead of him. Their mouse like noses twitched with curiosity and their hardwired small brains warned them like senile war veterans that there was danger about, reminded them to fear anything that was different than their own habitual and traditional ways. Perhaps to do so in this situation they were right, the stranger thought, but otherwise, they deny themselves so much eyesight.
Each animal, including humans – yes, we are indeed animals, realize the full extremity of this, your ego is much