The nature of social contact
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Although people need meaningful connections with others, this is not always as easy as it seems. As the Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke (1929) wrote:
Essentially, and in the deepest and most important things, we are unspeakably alone, and for one person to be able to advise or even help another, a lot must happen, a lot must go well, a whole constellation of events must come right in order once to succeed.