Ever notice our perception of silence is acute when there's a rhythmic sound that punctuates the quiet. Like the drip of a faucet or the clack clack of a train.
And that absolutely no sound can remove the familiarity of our world (and our comfort zone) freeing us, allowing us to think and feel in ways we did not before.
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