This the title of a song by Pink Floyd. As an anesthesiologist, my practice allows me to see patients undergoing surgery for a pathology. My anesthesia makes my patients comfortably numb.
I have also undergone surgical procedure twice. I never would have been liberated from my suffering if I have not undergone surgery and being comfortably numb was crucial.
The societal pathology that we see also needs this kind of comfortable numbness to be liberated from the anomaly. I invite readers to be comfortably numb while reading my article to be protected from pain because it is always a different take for me.