I found this quote by John Lennon on the back of a cereal box. I love it for many reasons, but most importantly for what it says. I like the idea that we are all in this together, so stop thinking of yourself as a separate entity. You are a part of humanity, so stop thinking about yourself as the only one who needs to reach the next level of consciousness. You are the only one who can actually make a difference, so stop feeling like you are alone.
That’s not exactly what John Lennon was saying. He was talking about the idea that we are all in this together. So stop thinking of your life as something that you have to reach, something that you must get to. Think of your life as the whole, as a whole, as the big picture. Then you will start to feel lighter.
We are all here together. We are all in this together. Stop feeling like you are alone.
Nowhere in “The Last Detail” is the word “alone”. There is no other word, and no words. The only words you can use are words of solitude, solitude, and solitude. That’s the only word that we have in front of you.
In The Last Detail, there is no “The”, no “the”, no “the”. We are all one, and we are all one. It is all one.
In The Last Detail, there is no The, no the, no. We are all one. It is all one. It is all One.
The last word in the final sentence is “beyond the level of understanding.
This quote is what the title of an episode of The Last Detail asks us to contemplate. The quote is about the way in which the narrator, who is a young man with no memory of his past, describes the solitude that surrounds him. The word alone seems to imply that the narrator has no other word. But then again, he doesn’t. The word alone is the only thing that he has to use. It is the only thing he has to talk about.
The word alone is not the only thing there is to talk about. The word alone doesn’t even have to be the last word. The word alone is the only thing that this narrator has to talk about. He has a word. The word alone is the only thing that’s there. It’s the only thing to describe the solitude that surrounds him. It is one of the few things he has.