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Essay 31: Loneliness

Published on October 21st, 2015 | Last updated on May 31st, 2019 by | Category: IELTS Essay Writing Practice | No Comments on Essay 31: Loneliness | 112 Views | Reading Time: 3 minutes
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October 20, 2015
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In the third millennium, people are facing with numerous physical, psychological and social role changes that challenge their sense of self and capacity to live happily. Many people experience loneliness, either as a result of living alone or reduced connections with cultural values of their societies, which results in an inability to actively participate in the community activities.
To begin with, decreasing participation in social activities causes enormous psychological disorders. Everyone in any society feels a sense of depression and loneliness owing to the lack of self-knowledge. For instance, even in a well-developed country such as the USA, people almost always have a sense of self-alienation. People are captivated by their fairly orientational logic towards everything except family members and intimate friends so intensively that they lose their own tendency to establish good rapport in their favoured neighborhood and share their joy and happiness with them. In so doing, they are not even aware of people living around them, and step by step become stranger to one another.
Additionally, the cultural values of every society seem to be fading away through globalisation. People are being submerged by state-of-the-art technology. This leads them to having less time to scrutinise themselves carefully in metropolises, in particular. The citizens in Megacities often focus on materialistic aspects of life, namely luxurious apartments, posh automobiles and so on and so forth. Once people’s attention is deviated, it is so difficult to recognise their healthy lifestyle regarding universal thoroughness, within which people might have some useful practise to experience truly calm and tranquil atmospheres in their life.
To conclude, dealing with interpersonal and international issues in the overpopulated cities requires specific attention of individuals and the society as a whole. It is felt that individuals make more efforts and have more perseverance to do their best, exactly when they are engaged in a huge amount of unimportant tasks.

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