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On Leap Year Day (Feb. 29) We Just Reached 29,000 Comments

Sometimes the carousel of life stops for a moment in just the right place.

Sometimes the carousel of life stops for a moment in just the right place: 29,000 comments

Yes, this blog just reached 29,000 comments today, February 29, 2016.

Now that’s not the kind of thing that happens every day. 😉

Happy Leap Year to us, as we help humanity to make (what for years I have privately called) The Great Leap.

Thanks to all you Blog-Buddies who create such a kind, curious, intelligent community at “Deeper Perception Made Practical.”

Healing YOUR part of the Loneliness Epidemic

 

 

In 1893, sociologist Emile Durkheim coined the term anomie to describe a new kind of loneliness. Unprecedented numbers of workers were leaving the cozy, comfy, ok — stifling comfort, of their small towns and villages.

You could think of these small towns like the bar depicted in TV classic “Cheers,” a gathering place where everybody knows you, including every single one of your quirks. Only, of course, “Cheers” wouldn’t happen for some hundred years after Durkheim’s discovery.