Never Isolated

"In the credits for the movies of the thirties and forties, a man used to be listed as responsible for 'continuity.' We could use the services of such a man in our lives. In daily life it is precisely continuity that seems in short supply, the sense that things fit together and flow smoothly." The American Scholar, Autumn 1975, p. 538;

But discontinuity is really only part of a larger problem, isolation and alienation. Whether felt by individuals, groups, or even nations, both these can be outlawed.

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GOD'S DRIFTERS
March 27, 1976
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