A New Social Contract

The new windows darkened the kitchen, and I stood outside, these windows between us and the room that had held us together for decades, now helped separated us, which would also hopefully keep us together in this new way, a new social contract.

A contract brokered between the kind of success that eats up all of your free time and the varieties of boredom that sap away all of your days.

 

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