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Submitted by Donnieboi 862d ago | opinion piece

Opinion: Journey succeeds because it affirms our existence

I read a Carl Jung quote on loneliness recently that corrects a kind of misconception about what it means to be lonely: he says, and I'm paraphrasing here, that loneliness does not come from the absence of people around you, but from the inability to communicate that which is most important to you. Loneliness is the feeling of not being known. (Culture, Journey, PS3, thatgamecompany)

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