He has an opinion of how each person should be, how each thing should be done.

Those who follow his choreography are his friends, those who dare dance their own dance are his enemies; and few, if any, are left uncategorized.

In truth, he has neither enemies nor friends. He has only himself, for that is all that exists in his world.

“If you don’t want to be so lonely,” we tell him, “make room for that which is not you.”

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