Tuesday, June 13, 2006
 
"Deep within every human being there still lives the anxiety over the possibility of being alone in the world, forgotten by God, overlooked among the millions and millions in this enormous household. A person keeps this anxiety at a distance by looking at the many round about who are related to him as kin and friends, but the anxiety is still there, nevertheless, and he hardly dares think of how he would feel if all this were taken away" (SK Journals, VIII 1 A 363). NASA stock Photo used for a visual effect here.


- posted by -g @ 9:14 AM | | 7 rocks in pond



7 Comments:

Just go to college by yourself, you'll understand exactly how it would feel. Hopeless and a loneliness too intense to put into words.

By Blogger Julia, at 9:43 PM  

People do terrible things because of loliness. Lonliness may also be a catalyst for finding self or God. What is it doing for you?

warmly,

By Blogger -g, at 5:51 AM  

lonely
loneliness

so often what I mean is not what I spell

forgive me

By Blogger -g, at 9:52 AM  

loneliness is a good catalyst for finding self, through whom you can find spirituality. horrible feeling but once you get over the first wave of nausea, you're on a path to something greater.

By Blogger Julia, at 6:06 PM  

what path are you on?

By Blogger -g, at 10:26 AM  

i am glad the photo was properly credited.

By Blogger allie, at 6:19 PM  

I'm glad someone besides me thinks about photo credits.

By Blogger Ann, at 1:22 PM  

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