terça-feira, 17 de março de 2015


«Science tells us that noise is unhealthy.
Even low-level noise in our cities and offices increases anxiety and interferes with brain function.
Traffic, media chatter, chirping phones, and tweeting computers damage our ability to learn and focus, increases our heart rates, blood pressure, and aggression.
But imagine if the noise wasn't just on the outside, but it was even louder inside your head.
We need quiet inside and out, to think clearly, to heal.
In our modern world, true quiet is as rare as a truly dark sky.
So when you find it, the silence reveals an unexpected beauty, just like the darkness reveals the milky way.»

2 comentários:

Presépio no Canal disse...

Um alerta bem pertinente, Margarida.
Subscrevo o texto.
Faz falta o silêncio.

Margarida Elias disse...

É verdade, Sandra. Mas, como em tudo, na justa medida. Beijinhos!