It is good to talk.
I am reminded again of the importance of conversation while watching several Oscar-nominated films. Movies set in the past usually have meaningful dialogue. Those set in the present often show a preponderance of cursing, which has lost its shock value and effectiveness through overuse.
How we talk reflects our inner life. We need to know ourselves to talk honestly and clearly. We need to listen to the other person.
In Turn On, Tune Out, composer Angelica Morgan talks and listens to others. In the near future of California, where computers control daily life, she is unusual. Even criminal.
Please read Turn On, Tune Out . . . and have a conversation with someone about it.