when playing as children, we mimicked the 3 monkey statues by covering our eyes, mouth and ears and were riddled with confusion without knowing the meaning of our hand gestures.
As the years went by, I figured out what the three monkey’s were saying. may be even experienced the feeling without knowing it. was I experiencing today’s human bewilderment?
Confusion is devoid of gender, time or place. everyone experiences it at a point in their life. Maybe our generation experiences it more than the other generations? but do we?
Literally and physically when we are forced to act like the three monkeys, slowly and eventually confusion sets in and we loose our identity.