I fail to comprehend the indifference that has taken hold of Kuwaitis.
All around me – my friends, my acquaintances – they inhale superficiality and exhale a dull disinterest that hangs in the air. It swarms around the country and clouds my vision; it gets in my way. It gets in your way, too. We breathe their carbon dioxide until we slowly succumb to their self-loathing and apathy. The lines are blurry, there is no wrong or right, we live for the moment. We cease to care. We are just like them. No. We have become ‘them’ – we are now one. One irrational, delusional society.