To do nothing is to hold yourself still so that you can perceive what is actually there.
[the] waves of hysteria [that] happen online...offended my senses and cognition as a human who dwells in human, bodily time.
...providing little gaps of solitude and silence in which they might eventually find something to say.
There's a tendency toward an aggressive monoculture, where those components that are seen as "not useful" and which cannot be appropriated are the first to go.
Solitude, observation...should be recognized not only as ends in and of themselves, but inalienable rights belonging to anyone lucky enough to be alive.