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People sometimes go through periods in time when who you are does not matter It is during these times that one might not know who he or she is People especially kids go through phases in which they experiment with certain things to find out exactly who they are Whether its the clothes you wear the music you listen to or anything else that defines who you are it might take you some time before you find the things that best defines youSometimes who you are might not be what others see as the norm it might not be what others want to see Other people look upon you as if you were weird or different At times you might just be something youre not At times you might be something you hate At times you might be someone trying to be something that youre notIts human nature to categorize different things Organization the aesthetic need we all have but on certain levels controls us into segregation the final result of organization When you start to separate and segregate you turn things upside-down No longer can you look at something how it is you have to now compare it to something elseSegregation leads to isolation In humans isolation plays a big role in determining what you do or how you act When isolation begins to invade your life there are some keen consequences that occur that might deter your life in the path wantedIsolation and loneliness are important aspects of everyday life The compassion of friendship is sometimes all you need to make it trough life Through good times and bad times the comfort of a friend will make it easy In Of Mice and Men two characters Crooks and Curleys wife dealt with the hardships of loneliness and isolation Moreover the results of such loneliness and isolation can be devastating Loneliness ties into almost all the main characters in the novel and what happens
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