IN A GLASS DARKLY
Money, fame, food, Facebook, fantasy, selfies, series, social media, sugar, gaming, gossip, love, lust, work, war, pain, power. The list is without end – and so is the condition.
In a Glass Darkly draws to attention the glib justifications and grave misconceptions concerning seemingly innocuous, but powerfully insidious strains of substance and process addiction that blight our societies – the potent mental obsession and the physical compulsion, the pathological pursuit of reward and/or relief and the subsequent withdrawal – and the bleak core of what lies beneath: very much a universal psycho-spiritual malady and arguably the most ubiquitous affliction of our generation.
A series of public/private hospitals