Re: A habitation of strangers
« Reply #54 on: January 10, 2015, 05:33:26 PM »
What a day! What a day!
Oh, Mr. Ganz; a habitation of strangers is somewhat discrete, in that people would be withstanding one another from conversation. Or, with little conversation, they fail to make an entrance into one another's ambitions and influences, or abilities, or knowledge. They fail to say to one another, 'it is so,' or fail to make mention of one another's names. They fail to have concrete opinions about one another, and fail to do activities together. Such a habitation with such people is usually temporary, and conversation will triumph, or camaraderie will beckon to share social characteristics that destroys the failing of the people in proximity to one another to communicate.
The day is full of wrath, where people go askew; and people can be driven from one another in rage. But the entanglements of people is such that they will find and distribute ideas and knowledge in such a way that allows them to not anymore be strangers, but allotted to one another's interests.