Fear, Self, Public Domain

Self-perpetuated fear becomes difficult to extinguish once it becomes a self-perpetuated truth. Over time, a minute disagreement or simple miscommunication becomes a threat to your beliefs. Once an individual becomes crippled by the role of self-perpetuated truths, then everyone and everything within their public domain is at risk.

The surrounding public domain unknowingly becomes a constant reinforcement of self-perpetuated truths. (Undoubtedly, it is easier to accept clues which support these so-called “truths” as opposed to those that negate them. ) This results in  the constant cycle of fear in the landscape. Fear becomes prevalent through stereotyping, profiling and the finite user experience that is based solely on historic disagreements and miscommunication.

The hope is that great design can challenge and heal, not threaten or infect.

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