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Music allows us to say the unsayable. All of us could tell just from listening to a piece of music where it falls on the emotional spectrum, and that understanding has been encoded in us from a young age (the theory behind that is pretty fascinating).
Can you touch base on this theory?
"The smell of dusty fur, sweet smoke, waiting and patience, a thing that time cannot kill. The moth that candles won't burn."
While I haven't really thought about the consequences of our daily lives, I do think that anxiety of entropy is more common than you might think. Because I seem incapable of framing a discussion outside of the context of literature, here's a short story roughly related to how entropy might influence day to day action. It's actually the one that got me into Aasimov, and it's about the ultimate heat death of the universe.