Imagine a cyclone approaching. On its outer edges, it seems to be rotating slowly and you don't feel like you're being pulled in — but you are. As you spin further into the cyclone, things start moving faster. You can still see life outside, but it's becoming hazier as the world whips by. Soon you're in the eye . . . and there, everything is still. Your feet hit the ground and you suppose that you have a clear-eyed perspective. But really, your worldview has dramatically narrowed, and you're now at the mercy of the storm.
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