OP said people lonely for their own faults. That which constitutes a fault is subjective.
Maybe I'm too forgiving but I don't think anyone deserves to be lonely, even if your ideas are unconventional and not desirable. That doesn't mean people should agree with you, just that we need to understand where everyone is coming from. I think there isn't enough love and understanding in this world. Call it a platitude if you may, call me gay, but it feels like everyone is always looking for a way to make someone else suffer over something petty. I'm guilty of this behavior too. Humans have a long history of wanting someone else to suffer for not holding the same values as themselves. In the past, it was generally a war between a small number of factions, so at least, outside of the war, there was peace (Orwell was right I guess). Now it seems everyone is their own army, and we're at war with each other. >>32449
If you believe you're at fault, then you will either stay lonely or conform to the crowd. If you think others are at fault, you'll often push to change them to try make the world a "better" place in your eyes.
I used the examples of feminism and anti-slavery, because at some time in history, these were minority ideas, which eventually became commonplace concepts which we take for granted today. If pioneers of these movements had just fallen into acquiescence and not taken a stand, most of us would still be serfs and slaves and doing what master says. I guess we still do for the most part, but at least they can't beat us anymore, we just starve.>>32467
I'm glad I was able to articulate my thoughts in a way which resonated with you.