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Impossible Loneliness Often times I like to think of my self as being alone with my thoughts Sometimes you have to get away and think about life and its ups and downs But then again in todays world can one really ever be completely alone and free When looking over Donnes assertion No man is an island entire of itself one is made to think of both sides of the spectrum in relation to the his remark You can disagree and say that man can be entire of himself and similar to an island alone in an ocean of water or you can agree with him and say that man cannot be alone I would have to say that I support the latter A prime example that shows how one cannot exist alone in a society is George Orwells book 1984 Orwell warns of the terrifying dangers that man may create for himself in his quest for a utopian society He warns that people might believe that everyone must become slaves to the government in order to have an orderly society but at the expense of the freedom of the people The loss of freedom relates to Donnes assertion If you have read this book then you know what I am talking about when I say someone is always watching you Or shall I say that Big Brother is always watching you Winston Smith is a man that feels he does not like the government running his life and he tries to escape from life itself almost He cannot get away though He is never alone and never achieves his goal of joining the brotherhood and overthrowing the government Although this is more of a book about government control and rebellion the gist of the story shows that one cannot be completely alone Someone is always watching you thinking about you or plotting against you People often try to escape their troubles responsibilities and
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