Management of similarity is hard, precisely because we prefer to believe in ‘right and wrong.’
We offer to sell our youth to capitalism in exchange for comfort, old age, and loss of social relevance. Plus, no one wants us in Heaven after seeing what we did to the Earth.
I am convinced that there is a possible social order that is based on amplifying common interests.
Kelsey meets the mysterious abbot of a zen monastery … and is totally triggered.
Good-Bye Harajuku is a series about love, speed, capitalism, and post-truth. Perhaps best described as a philosophy book disguised as a Netflix series.