In a foreign country, with no computer and too much time, you learn to not just live with loneliness, but to love it. It fills your mind like a balloon, squeezing out fear and horror until all that's left is the soft hum of vibrating silence. The lonely change the world.

Everywhere, no matter what the circumstances people learn to live with loneliness and to love it. The lonely do indeed change the world, ususally as a side effect of their attempts to releive themselves of their loneliness. Those that love it, who cherish it's embrace and the security it implies also change the world, but in a different, more subtle way. Tomorrow's just an excuse away and we can't ponder the Hedgehog's Dilemma forever... (or can we?)

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