An observation

We’ve all- collectively as humans from all walks of life- this historic obsession with height. We feel that if we could see everything from a lofty station, or attain high ground or genetically perfect ourselves to be taller, we’d be at somewhat of an advantage. In these frantic efforts to attain height, civilizations have erected mammoth structures at great humans costs: the pyramids of Giza, the Taj mahal, ancient Maya temples and now roaring skyscrapers that litter every ideal urban landscape. Rarely has man ever been content with the smaller version of anything- architecture, wealth, popularity and the single most inflated trait in all the