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Subcutaneous power for humanity 5 Loneliness, Virtual and real friends

Happiness isn’t the easiest thing to find, but one place you’re guaranteed to find it is in a friend’s smile. Friendship attributes to happiness, and I would even dare to go further: “without friendship no happiness”. Lack of friends can … Continue reading

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Subcutaneous power for humanity 3 Facing changing attitudes

Facing an other world These friendships I could enjoy at work were of a unity which was the worst to miss, when I stopped my theatrical work. I knew it was something incredible, not many could enjoy so much as … Continue reading

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