Write a 3 page essay on Analysis of Comparative Experiences/Expressions of Hearing Loss and Deafness.
Nearly every individual in the urban areas has adopted the practice of music listening through the use of ear phone. The ear phones are plugged into the ear inducing the sound from the source directly into the ear drum. The technology is advanced to a level where the ear pieces produce quality sound similar to the home theatre. This attracts many people because music plays a vital role in the lives of men by bringing comfort, releasing stress and alters poor self-esteem.
I had never experience this state in my life since childhood. However as I grew and joined the city life, I had a lot personal time while looking for job. Because of my love for music and listening to new, I had to access this secondary need outside the house environs. I remember my first experience was exciting. This day I had borrowed quality earplugs rom my friend plugged them into the ear hole and connected them into my ears. I was amazing listening to the good music with quality music output.
The sounds of the radio stations were clear and sounds were exactly as the home theatre. However, within a span of thirty minutes my ear drum was painful and I had to pull them out for a while. In the thirst to quench my secondary needs, I had to replace them in to the ear. This sequence continues until my ear drum adapted the close reception of the sounds.
The next day, I had to return the earplugs had to do away with music and news the whole day. I remember as I sat around noon relaxing in the park, I had some sounds that I could not recognize. They sounded like music and at times like some feminine talking though wasn’t clear. When I turned to check only to realize I was in a secluded place. I realize this was just some illusion in my mind. I dozed on the grass and when I was deep asleep, the music that I had listened to kept on ringing in my mind and what woke mu was the sound of the news anchor saying “it’s now six pm and here is the news brief” only to find myself in the pack. Looking