“Because even if you spend your life chasing the immaterial, listening to the most exquisite classical music and getting drunk off stunning vistas of mountains and waterfalls, all of it isn’t worth a dime if you aren’t sharing it with someone. Everything amounts to that. True, we must experience most things in solitude to grow, create, destroy and grow again, but our pleasure and joy reaches a threshold in isolation. It is the worst thing to become an island. One must become the whole world.”

Kamand Kojouri


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