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RUNNING AWAY FROM THE HOME
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According to the patient, an inner restlessness, a discontent that cannot be quenched, a nervous stress permeates the people of our time. What they possess seems to them stale, worthless. What they pursued madly disappoints them when they have attained it. They crave for change they do not know how to make the best because use of the present and of their possessions. The days at home don't count. At home it is possible to devote the time to the nobler delights that life has to offer. At one time there can be-as there was in your own parents' home a reading, on another occasion singing or music. The flight from one's environment, from one's home, from one's furniture, is the same as the flight from one's house.