In The Aftermath Of The Plague ©

  1. There will be an intensity never before known in everyday life to exchange love and hate, life and death, terror and redemption, repulsion and attraction.
  2. There will be an affirmation of freedom so reckless and unqualified, that it amounts to a total denial of every kind of restraint and limitation.
  3. It will interrupt the continuum of everyday experience and all the normal expectations that go with it.

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