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The Lonely Planet

“Alone”. A. Lone. Just think about that. It’s said that humans, like most animals, are naturally social beings. It’s hard wired into our systems, this whole concept of being part of something bigger than ourselves. We crave interaction and integration. That’s why we become part of sporting teams, join book clubs, stalk people on Facebook, … Continue reading

A short narrative which could have occurred in Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights”

Beginning on Page 362: “He roamed to and fro, meantime, in a state approaching distraction; his heavy sighs succeeding each other so thick as to leave no space for common breathing between” *** “What is the matter, Mr Heathcliff?” I inquired. His temperament had been awfully queer for some time, and judging by this continual … Continue reading