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have gone—all of the people that I would have known under different circumstances—and I realize just how insular life is. Just how hard it is to comprehend the loneliness that everyone truly has. We are, in every sense of the word, alone; completely and uniquely isolated by our own perspective. But this is the life I knew. This is the path that I chose—or was chosen for me. Either way, the outcome is the same. It hurts just as bad to say goodbye to these people as it does to leave those I never knew. Each is a part of me. And we will
stay together until I am forever parted from the earth. And even then, I will remain the best of friends with those who touched me enough to make me thankful that this was the road I was taken down.
There’s something about
having too much free time that makes you consider whether or not you’re doing anything worthwhile. Today I’m really