It’s all in the attitude.

THAT's how they ended up together.

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3 Responses to It’s all in the attitude.

  1. Stripe says:

    I was eating my super-garlicky bread this weekend, safe in the knowledge that no one would have to suffer exposure to my ghastly garlic breath, and it occurred to me to wonder: How long does the average person spend completely alone each week? Typically, my longest unbroken stretch of solitude runs from Friday at lunch, after my worker leaves, until Sunday evening, when I buy groceries, around 55 hours at a stretch. Most days it just runs from late afternoon to bedtime, 7-8 hours. How about the rest of you?

  2. Readcko says:

    It’s quite commonplace for me to spend the whole weekend alone, and sometimes also the whole Friday. Kind of cool for the first few months, but then it start’s to take its toll…

  3. Ashton says:

    With living only a half mile from my parents and the house I grew up in, on a day to day basis it has never been more than a couple hours in the evening. However I have climbed several mountains by myself where I have spent days even weeks completely alone. Sometimes you need the complete silence to reset. The ambient noise in our lives coupled with no time to reflect in on ourselves, I believe is what makes many people feel alone today. It is hard to hear our inner voices.