A continuation of yesterday’s blog theme (to me, anyway.) Serendipity? Patterns? Connection?
Human relationships are one of the most important aspects of our lives. Whether we are introverts, extroverts, or something in between, we all crave for some kind of connection with other humans beings.
For most people the chances to connect with other individuals are relatively abundant. We are in contact with our parents, siblings and family in general. We are also in contact with others at school and at work.
So for most people the supply of opportunities to connect is not a problem. Why then human connection is so rare?
Contact is not Connection
To be in contact with somebody is the ability or possibility to reach out to that person and communicate a message effectively. The beliefs, points of view of any kind or personal emotional circumstances of the individuals in communication are not relevant and contact does not involve an emotional interaction of any kind. But to…
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