A sense of belonging is what most people spend their whole lives looking to find; its why we are attached to friends and relatives; its why we spend a major part of our lives looking for that special someone to share our lives with; its why we build our homes to particular tastes and fill it with all sorts of knick knacks that make it a home.. As much as we all aspire to greatness; to excel in all enterprises we set our minds to no; one really wants to be all alone! Those who seek lives of complete solitude have either been spurned by the world or driven away from civilisation to find deeper meaning in things that are totally outside the range of judgement and rejection. What is becoming very apparent to me is that quite a number of people are actually very lonely despite not being alone! Sounds ridiculous to be in the middle of a crowd yet be consumed by abject loneliness but surprisingly a number of people are in that very position. Robin Williams, one of the world's most accomplished comedians this year committed suicide, he was full of life and made everyone laugh, who would have guessed how miserable he was' His state of mind was captured in a haunting quote. In his words "I used to think the worst thing in life was being all alone. It's not. The worst thing in life is to end up with people who make you feel alone"The post Making room appeared first on Vanguard News. Click here to read full news..