15 Facts That Proved To Us We Don’t Know Everything
In the first place he is very angry; but not at himself, nor even with God. He is simply furious with the world, and with all that lives upon it or in it. This fury is his own. It springs from his heart, which is full of pain; for this world, with all of its joys, has no room for him. He is an outcast — an outcast who does not wish to be so; but there are those whose presence alone makes it impossible for him to feel any sense of self-worth or dignity; they, too have their own reason for being here — and these reasons are such as to make his life intolerable. The man is alone — but he would be happier were he with others. He paces the cruel, sun-scorched desert, hour after hour, finding no respite.
Suddenly, he recalls something from his past life, one he lived in civilization. It was an odd list of facts he read on a break from work, that had gotten lodged in his mind. It went: