Friday, April 25, 2014

My Own Theory of Urbanism

Idealistically a city or big town, with its immense number of people, implies more diversity of personalities and, thus, more potential for finding friendship and romance.

However, as the adage goes:  In any large crowd lurks a pickpocket or two.
In other words, where there are large congregations there'll always be opportunists.
And, recognizing one's vulnerability, one assumes a defensive posture.  Self-preservation trumps idealism.

As a result all these people become little more than obstacles and barriers as anyone is now suspect.


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