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Strange is the fact that we insistently look for things that unite us that are common But we are so similar And at the same time absolutely different Maybe thats one of the paradoxes in human life Close and yet in continuous feverish search for facts that confirm this closeness Its striking how strong this aspiration of man for company for union and oneness is how permanent is our instinct for escape from loneliness On this very need the need to belong is based society Everyone has experienced it - the loneliness this overwhelming feeling of being cast out misunderstood or discriminated Everybody has either been forced or has forced others consciously or not to accept the prevailing opinion in company to make compromises Otherwise one runs the risk of staying alone These are the most important features in human relationships - to be flexible tolerant and able to make compromise They are also the basis of a society with the aspiration for union Without these features there would be no society But in us as an unconscious reassurance prevails the trend to attune the others to our manner to impose our stereotypes on them as if trying to equalize the difference if it is possible exists It is said Loneliness kills In fact what arent we ready to do for the sake of our relationships in society We can find expressions of the need to belong everywhere around us just look around In the words for almost every object occasion creature we find either the description or the origin of the named thing Take even our names The forename identifies the individual and hisher surname - the family the group of people to which this person belongs Lets take an example David Johnson is an American writer he was born in Chicago and lives there The fore- and sur- names define the person himself and his origin - the family he comes from Besides
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