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Proximity to those that we call our own makes us the people we
are. Social creatures through and through, we crave the presence of
people like ourselves, to talk to them, to look upon them or
Proximity to those that we call our own makes us the people we are. Social creatures through and through, we crave the presence of people like ourselves, to talk to them, to look upon them or simply bask in their society.
The craving of other humans much like ourselves is purely instinctive. Strength in numbers, beating the odds against us and so on. Crudely speaking, chances of survival escalate with numbers (in most cases at least). The social inclination is evolution at its best. But here are just some reasons that logically explain it, all devoid of familiarity or emotion. Yet it seems just so much more than that.
With the human population at an all time high, it's solitude thats much harder to find and yet our desire to interact trumps what we like to call our alone-time. Squat down in a lonely corner and collect our thoughts, quietly forming and deforming opinions or sit across from another bipedal creature of relatively equivalent intelligence and discuss the facts of the universe? Tough choice. We are naturally built to work in herds but theres always that insistent voice in some cobwebby corner of the mind begging us to escape. Take to the hermit life, rid ourselves of confining shackles. Its never really a choice between one or the other, personally, I believe the complete lack of either is cause for insanity (best case scenario).
Like everything in life, it all comes down to prioritization. Put simply, the ratio of time youd like to spend with yourself and with others. Its equally important to know yourself for the amazing being you are as well as amaze yourself at the convergence of thoughts you might find in others.