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Picture if you will a world in which no one went outside When I refer to outside or outdoors the inference is not the mere act of stepping out the door but moving doing and existing outside A meaning in which outdoors becomes a part of life it is where we are not just something we must survive to get to the nearest enclosure--shop boutique caf or office Outdoors in the sense of people walking lingering living and talking away from the nice neat space of enclosed walls and a ceiling Now in our world this meaning is alien All life as much as conveniently possible thrives indoors With the exception of dashing into a means of transport or skirting into a building the open air is empty of human activity Of course there will always exist the small eccentric types that actually enjoy the trees grass birds dirt water and all that nostalgic nature stuff Such are the exceptions to the rule the rustics on the outskirts of civilization It is seen as more civilized to remain indoors whenever possible What a sham we think But how near to the truth is it Oftentimes I have found myself frantic for the nearest parking space to that glistening glass doorway Or I nearly sprint to my car relaxing only when the door shuts and I am locked away safe from unruly nature It is not a conscious effort but a present one nonetheless As of yet Americans refused to admit our attitudes in this area Currently most of us are still enjoying those nostalgic illusions that at heart we love the great outdoors Unfortunately it gets in the way of all the things we need to do The lies we whispered to comfort some traditional viewpoint locked away in our mind How close we are to a virtual world completely enclosed and walled-off from the uncontrollable chaos of nature A main factor in this is
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