I feel my humanity ignored. When I'm walking down the street I don't feel recognized by strangers as another, like them. I feel unattractive. Unnoticed. Un-human. At work, I feel more and more like a piece of a machine, a tiny mechanism to be tinkered and fixed. At best left alone to operate efficiently and clean, leaving as little loss as possible along the way. Replaceable. One in a line that can be switched, changed, unnoticed and unnamed.
It could have something to do with Brave New World. Each day I've spent my commute lost in the laboratories and Fetus assembly lines, carried along in their pre-conditioned lives.
It could be my work. Could be our consumer-loving new world, driven by the twin demons of large corporations and personal autonomy obsessions. Could be my perspective and lack of attention to my own humanity.