What would someone see if looked on the humanity from the outside
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People are in constant movement, one may they have obsession with it. They never just stay or watch, or be, they always do something, go somewhere. Instead of spending their days with some other people they have chosen to live with, they go (everyone in a different direction) and spend their time with another group of people, that they don't always like. In the end they go back to the initial group and complain about not having enough time to be with them.
People live together in huge communities, sometimes millions in the same place. So many of them together create problems for the environment, their own health, the supplies, the transportation. They do it any way, and not only that, but their number in these communities continues to grow. On the other hand, they mostly complain about it, mentioning all of the above problems and the enormous number of other people, which obviously bothers them. Still not moving out.
They also have extraordinary variety of machines. Some that clean, some that compute, some that recreate human logic, some transport, some they use to connect to each other avoiding or despite of the need of physical contact. And although people create new and new technologies every day obviously with the idea to make their life simpler, it seems like it gets more complicated and furthermore, creates more things for them to do, justifying in yet another way their constant movement.
Even when not doing their everyday activities people need to fill their time. They go to places, just because of the shifting through space or meet a third group people (not the one they go to every day and not the one they live with) and trade information with them. They are curious about others and sometimes visit people they don't know to see how they live.
Another side of the constant human need for movement is the creation. Some people turn some everyday activities into a process of making - the preparation and the consuming of food, the appearance and order in their living space, their clothing. Other put creation as a purpose in their life and everyday, when they start moving, they put their energy in generating new things - new machines, new foods, new writings, new paintings.
The obvious conclusion here is that people are incapable of just being. They need constantly to change themselves and their environment and this puts them in a loop of never ending movement, expressed in some cases as a duty, in others as pleasure, in third as creation.