“White silence” by Pavel Tereshkovets
“In the days of moslem sex-shops, oil-hunting and antismoking campaigns people do realize more and more that they are consigned to absolute loneliness and isolation.
The human race keeps on growing and now its population has become so numerous that it doesn’t matter anymore how many people are there on the planet. New cities, tons of paving, glass and steel, night bars, sushi, nuclear power stations, denominations. Being flooded with the roar of the civilization people begin to keep silent and to wait for the right moment to stay with the nature face to face.
These are the rare moments for people to feel calmness, emptiness and the pulsating nature’s fear.”