When time is stolen from night

WE are now living in a 24-hour society where most activities can be carried out at any time without restrictions, mostly thanks to technology.

While it is a boon in many aspects, this 24-hour culture can also be a bane as it destroys the conventional order of the past when activity came to a standstill when the clock struck midnight, allowing for much-needed physical and mental rest.

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Citycism Feb 17 , Citycism , Wani Muthiah ,


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