Buzz: (n) a humming sound.
There are two things that have a buzz: bees and things threatening to be broken.
The buzzing of the bee is common, but you can often tell when something is breaking, has a bad cord or is giving up the ghost because it will startemitting a buzz.
So when I hear people discuss the topical stories on any given day, I wonder if it’s based on being busy like the bee, or a sign that something’s “got a short.”
I think when we buzz about how to get along better, escape prejudice and cut each other some slack, we are actually trying to be bees, producing some honey.
But when I hear a constant flow of lamentation, disappointment, aggravation, brattiness and self-righteousness, I realize there’s a brokenness in our thinking which warns that if we don’t fix the connection soon, we’re going to lose our power.
Published by Jonathan Cring