Convenience is something

Convenience is something, a concept that becomes warped in our minds through our strange way of living on top of the planet. And, opposite convenience (we imagine) is this creature called inconvenience. Like day and night, or night and day. There’s also this thing called necessity, but it’s more often than not conflated with convenience, such that any situation bordering on inconvenience is perceived as an affront to our very existence. After all, it’s an obstacle to the necessities of life, like access to constant routes of (mental) escape, like cold and hot food, like cold and hot water, like constant routes of escape from cold and hot weather.