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PostPosted: Sun Nov 04, 2007 2:53 pm 
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Yes, I was tired and lonely for quite a while.

Have you ever not talked for more than an hour straight when there were people around you?

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Yes, though I was driving, so I'm not sure it counts.

Have you ever talked when there is no one around?

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Not litterally, but I somehow consider when I think about things in life that I am talking to myself, evaluating different options, argumenting for or against them; it makes me feel like I'm not just thinking but interacting with myself. It may sound ordinary for a realist but even the conception of solitude is relative, isn't it just all we think about our environment? The power of modified perception?

Do you sometimes think so deeply about something you lose yourself, have to come back to reality, with no clue of what just happened?

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Yes. It happens every time I go to Mass. I sit and kneel and stand and I don't say any of the prayers or sing any of the songs or anything like that. I daydream and think about things and wonder how my body automatically does what the congregation is doing. Really, I think if it were up to me, I would end up skipping a few church days, because the Lord's Day does nothing for me except for the big breakfast that my dad fixes. :mrgreen:

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