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|Even though we find meaning in connections with others, we enter the world |
alone and we leave the world alone. We must manage the tension between our
wish for relatedness with others and the reality of our aloneness (Yalom &
|From which we came, If only we could look within ourselves and find it. * * * I |
have heard the saying that we enter the world alone and we leave the world all
alone. How empty and full of despair this message is. And how untrue. Even
|Lao Tzu, The Book of the Way We have encountered scheming plots, the |
psychodynamic horrors of marriage, the sadomasochism of ... We enter this world
alone, and we leave this world alone, regardless of who is holding your hand.
|Yes, we enter the world alone and leave the world alone. That's true but not the |
whole story. We are also born through and into relationship, and we leave
enduring influ- ences upon others when we die. Indeed, in Hebrew, the phrase
that best ...
|Francis, Brendan One aged man -- one man -- can't fill a house. - Frost, Robert |
We enter the world alone, we leave the world alone. - Froude, James A. I was
never less alone than when by myself. - Gibbon, Edward Loneliness is never
|Eternity nada heaven nada void nada Birth and death the same blackened womb |
Birth anddeath the same white bodybag Detach detach we enter the world alone
Detach detach we leave the world bone lonely If we can't believe ingod we ...
|Responsibility is inextricably linked to freedom because we are responsible for |
the sense we make of our world and for ... We enter and leave the world alone
and while we are alive, we must always manage the tension between our wish
|There is no such thing as solitude, nor anything that can be said to be alone and |
by itself, but God, who is his own circle, and can subsist ... To hear, to see, to feel,
and to possess, And roam along, the world's tired denizen, With none who bless
us, none whom we can bless. e. ... We enter the world alone, we leave it alone. y.
|730 SOLITUDE SOLITUDE 1 am as one who is left alone at a banquet, the lights |
dead and the flowers faded. Bdlwer-Lytton ... 5 In solitude, when we are least
alone. Byron— ... (See also Cicero) 18 We enter the world alone, we leave it
|INCE we enter and leave the world alone, it is no surprise that loneliness is an |
inevitable part of the human condition, and perhaps the saddest part. Mother
Teresa of Calcutta has said that “the most terrible poverty is loneliness, and the