May 27, 2009
May 26, 2009
Feral children struggle with language, socializing, clothing, personal hygiene, emotions, and generally adapting to society. Some, upon re-entry, slowly adapt, but not without lifelong problems. Some never are able to completely re-enter into society. All this because of isolation from normal human interaction.
What happens when normal adults are isolated from the hurt, hardships and suffering of a large portion of the world? I believe we run the risk of developing into feral adults, unable to, or very slowly learning how to relate, adapt, and interact with those that are under such terrible circumstances.
May 19, 2009
I've found a community. A group of people, old and young, who interact with profound intensity and intimacy. We share thoughts, feelings, ideas and sentiments. We look out for each other. We are brutally honest with each other. Sadly, this is not common in North America. So I extend an invitation to come and join us...