Have you ever considered how dangerous opening up your world is? Opening your world can come through sight, smell, sound, taste and touch. It’s where you experience something that is irreversible. It is irreversible, and it’s quite impossible to forget it. Maybe that’s what makes it so dangerous, you can never go back to the way you used to be, and what if you liked it back there? It changes everything, if you let it, if you’re a rebel. It’s usually something that moves you, that makes you question your comfortable existence. Once you know, you can’t un-know. But here’s the thing, you can let it make or break you. You can let it change your actions or you can let it torment you. For me it was the issue of Human Trafficking, the trade that makes people disposable. Seen, heard, touched, I can’t undo it. My world is that bit bigger, my heart that bit wiser, my actions that bit altered. For the better. So maybe the danger is felt more acutely when you’re stumbling in ignorance. Once you’re aware you realise awareness is not dangerous, but ignorance is death.