“Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god”*…

“These charts show who you’ll spend your time with across your lifetime.”

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A wild beast, a god… or just aging:

Time with friends, colleagues, siblings, and children diminishes over the course of a lifetime. The older we get, the person we spend the most time with is the one we see in the mirror.

That’s the conclusion of a recent, fascinating analysis of data from the American Time Use Survey, an annual census by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics of how Americans spend their hours…

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* Aristotle

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As we wince at Sartre’s observation that “if you’re lonely when you’re alone, you’re in bad company,” we might send courteous birthday greetings to Giovanni della Casa; he was born on this date in 1503.  A Florentine poet, diplomat, and inquisitor, he is best remembered as a writer on etiquette and society, especially for his famous 1558 treatise…

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2 thoughts on ““Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god”*…”

    1. ajungem, ajungem.. cred ca cu cat imbatranim ne dam seama ca suntem poate destul..nu ne mai percepem prin ochii celorlalti.este bine..eu imi iubesc singuratatile..ma simt foarte bine in compania mea…o fi si asta un semn :))

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