“I’ve never felt lonely,” Dad once said to me. “Solitude, sure, but not loneliness.”
I do know one thing.
The man was as wrong as wrong can be.
A person can have the most connected life—always consumed by “something larger than oneself,” with money, friends, travel, family and career—but never feel lonely?
Oh, no. Not on your life.
I think early in life he quickly learned to deal with upsets by cultivating solitude—something…
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