placeslessness

When we sever ourselves from “home” — that nebulous concept that tends to refer more often to people and memories than to brick and mortar — we find ourselves placeless and free, but also deeply lonely. It is a trade-off that some of us are forced to make; others choose to make it.
— 

- Cody Delistraty
The Eroticism of Placelessness

On the interconnection of loneliness, freedom, and romance.