Unity ǀ Throwing back on the abandoned self – Friday

Unity has nothing to do with loneliness. Lots of things in life have a b side, a meta level. Not what seems appropriate, but what is convenient. But not what is said to follow Rudolph Augustin’s position: Write what it is. What is, at the same time, is not finally tangible to many people, even less descriptive. They don’t know when it started, they don’t know how it will end. When in doubt, they disappear into a downward spiral of abandonment of themselves into a state that is beyond death in cruelty to essential existence: they experience it.
But all alone.

The modern world presents a greater challenge to man than one can admit in general everyday life – or: can. People feel they are at the forefront of development. Technologically, this may be true. However, man has lagged behind himself. People’s social network has fallen into indeterminate choice in major cities as well as in urban areas. This frayed network offers a lot of potential for failure. The only falls that are often noticed first are those who have fallen for a very long time: those who jump. From the surface in front of the train or in the water. It is the end point of what can lead to mental neglect. Your annihilation through a cruel exit. Nobody, really absolutely nobody, should feel compelled to take such action in a supposedly very civilized and very mature society. However, it happens every day. Often, very rarely, it goes unnoticed. Relatives are surprised, look away or do not quit at all. It’s a treadmill of truly diabolical proportions. People who drown in their uniqueness deprive themselves of their lives without wanting to do so.
The question of guilt is completely wrong.

Unity without blame

It is destiny. The attribution of personal responsibility is nothing but a neoliberal maneuver to reject any responsibility of society from itself to the people who have been abandoned. But society in terms of existence is the treasure of people. Man is an object of society. But the villages, the cohesion, whatever the hierarchy, whatever the many pitfalls they may have offered and demanded, was nevertheless a matrix of support for the people. But in big cities and urban areas, this is steadily declining. Anyone who doesn’t cling to the net effectively, and doesn’t have a great deal of destiny to hold, falls for the loss. Falls deep may die at some point.
People need to interact, perceive, and communicate.
The life of a hermit is a story of impossibility.

Realistic narrative mix

Barbel Schaeffer has been disguised as non-fiction for years. Whether it is about the accidental death of her brother or meeting a Holocaust survivor. She has created her own genre, a mixture of fact and fact-based fiction to communicate important facts of life.

Unity is the theme of time, you could say a trendy one. But isn’t fashion also a reflection of the necessities of the time? Yes, of course!
Loneliness is a basic phenomenon in our society that does not receive much attention. The subject of unity remains unique to itself.

It’s not an easy way, but it’s important

Losing people alone means losing the ability to reach them. There is a risk that point of no return To make mistakes and see people getting lost in themselves and the circumstances given to them. There is a very attractive phrase in psychotherapy: Read the list did not feed anyone. Loneliness must be faced with a lot of sensitivity and vitality, and the defense of very frightened, lonely and vulnerable people must be accepted, understood and then overcome. Restoring confidence is not an easy path.

Barbel Sheafer joins the ranks of publications. Be it Manfred Spitzer Loneliness – the unknown diseaseAnd the Singularities Association By Andreas Reckwitz or also Single by Daniel Schreiber. She is not alone in this, yet many people still feel lonely. They scream alone without shouting. Loneliness is a cold cloak of existence that has become. This book on loneliness should also be considered as a constant wake-up call. It’s important, it’s true. Schaeffer rejects the one-person “approach”. The protagonist’s aura of loneliness emanates from Schaeffer’s jingle lines. This rejection of all help, this hardening of all positivity. This stark resignation in complete silence. And restore trust that was deemed irreversible.

Watch out for lonely people. alone. on Forsaken. to leave. To smile as well as to cry. In silence and especially loudly. Whatch out. Watch out for them. be cerfull. Christmas soon. This is a time of mindfulness, if not the most important. Because even together, everyone can feel very lonely. Think of the possible fact, not the documented fact. The naming of sensations is not relevant, but the sensations themselves.

And always remember: Just like Schäfer’s heroine, Ava, loneliness can affect anyone.
— You too.


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Barbel Sheffer: Ava’s secret. Posted by Kösel-Verlag. 20 EUR

Article reference to Christmas loneliness, Jan C. Behmann at Der Freitag’s blog: Alone at home (2018)

More references to read
Andrew Rikowitz: Singularities Association
Manfred Spitzer: Loneliness – the unknown disease
Rebecca Boehme: About the annoyance of prosperity
Daniel Skreber: Single
Ulrich Beck: risk society

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