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That’s because he only played a third of the snaps as a rookie before last season ended after Week 8 when he opted for surgery on his injured shoulder. He suffered the injury the second weekend of training camp after looking like the best player on the field during practice.

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Apr 22 '17 · 0 comments

Author Michael Harris argues for the need to disconnect from others in his book Solitude: A Singular Life in a Crowded World

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On the contrary, Bone, who was imprisoned in communist-era Hungary by officials who accused her of being a spy, spent her waking hours translating poetry into the various languages she knew. She took daily walks in her mind through all the cities she had visited, and formed tiny counting beads and letters out of stale bread, so that she could make calculations and spell out ideas. After she was finally released in 1956, she described herself as emerging “a little wiser and full of hope.”

Bone’s extraordinary ability to withstand solitary confinement is recounted in the opening pages of Vancouver writer Michael Harris’s new book, Solitude: A Singular Life in a Crowded World, which makes the case for learning how to be comfortable being alone.

Harris, author of the bestselling and Governor-General’s Award-winning The End of Absence, examines how media technologies and cultural norms deter us from experiencing real solitude. He argues the ability to be alone is undervalued, yet vital, especially in an era when many of us are constantly connected through e-mails and social media, but at the same time, lonelier than ever.

While the common cure for loneliness is to develop more connections, Harris believes solitude is another remedy worth pursuing. He spoke to The Globe and Mail from his home in Vancouver.

What is it about certain people like Edith Bone that makes them better able to withstand being alone?

I think some people have built a house inside their chest where they can live. It’s a question of whether or not you have a rich interior life. Ultimately, whether you’re in solitary confinement as Dr. Bone was or you’re an 18-year-old working at a Starbucks in New York, as wonderful as your connections are, you have to have that rich interior life to retreat to and also just to have a sense of faith in your own life.

Dr. Bone was an exceptional woman. She trained as a physician. She spoke six languages. She was no slouch. She also lived in the 1940s, well before long-distance communication was a thing, long before we had this ambient connectivity in our lives. In a way, she <a href="http://www.coltsshopauthentic.com/shop-by-players-16-scott-tolzien-jersey-c-1_7.html">Scott Tolzien Youth Jersey</a> was luckier to be born at a time when disconnection and solitude were a fact of ordinary life.

I think we have fewer opportunities to build that house in our chest these days because we’re constantly looking for some affirmation online, or some act of digital social grooming.

How does solitude differ from loneliness?

Loneliness is failed solitude. Solitude is a state of productive and contented time alone, whereas loneliness is an anxious emotion that derives from the suspicion that you’re supposed to be somewhere else or you’re supposed to be in the company of others.

We often encounter loneliness first, as kind of an instinctual reaction, and if we move through loneliness, we arrive at solitude on the other side.

In the book, you mention a University of Virginia study that showed people would rather give themselves electric shocks than spend time alone with their thoughts. What is it about being alone that makes people so uneasy?

I think people don’t have faith in their interior lives. We’ve been groomed since birth to believe that whether or not we have a good idea or whether or not we’re good people is dependent upon the crowd. It’s dependent upon whether we’re retweeted, whether or not we’re loved by others. In our schools, we’re trained to think of collaboration as the ultimate social good, and we don’t spend a lot of time learning how to daydream.

So there’s a bias in our culture against spending time alone. People are afraid of loners, they’re always trying to bring people into a state of constant social access. Part of that bias is constructed by corporations. If you think about the technologies we use, there’s nothing profitable, as far as Silicon Valley companies are concerned, about you disconnecting. Nobody’s going to encourage you to log off, in the same way nobody at McDonald’s is going to encourage you to eat broccoli. So you have to make those kinds of decisions yourself.

We may ultimately need our governments or non-government organizations to step in and help us out with these things, in the same way they stepped in to help us out with smoking.

What is the point of protecting the ability to be alone?

I think of solitude as a territory, a resource that is under attack by a culture at large, but more specifically, by companies that profit by consuming our solitude and turning it into data or advertising revenue. The benefit is if we hold on to that resource, we then develop for ourselves a rich, interior life that consists of three parts. The first is the ability to arrive at fresh ideas. You don’t get a fresh idea at a conference table or by crowdsourcing it. The second is self-knowledge and self-awareness, which is to say figuring out what you like and what you believe, independent of what Amazon thinks you might like next. The third, and perhaps paradoxical, benefit is closeness to others. We have to have a genuine experience with solitude to be closer to the people we love.

Why is that? How does being alone affect our relationships?

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And it’s a cliché, but you can’t really be ready to love someone else unless you’ve come to terms with who you are as an independent person. This is something self-help books have been telling us for some time, and it’s essentially true.

You spent a week alone, without phones, Internet or television, at a cabin in the woods on Pender Island in British Columbia. What did solitude feel like?

The first two days of it, you go through withdrawal symptoms. You become so addicted to the dopamine hits of social grooming that when it’s taken away from you, it doesn’t feel healthy or right for the first little while.

Then you come through that. You’re basically forcing yourself to live through the discomfort and loneliness. Your body and mind have incredible resources, though. By day three, you’re walking through the woods, you’re noticing aspects of nature that had completely passed you by before.

In my case, I started having long conversations with my grandfather, who died the year I was born. From a position of solitude, you can really delve into <a href="http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-harrison-smith-jersey-c-2_16.html">http://www.officialvikingshop.com/shop-by-players-harrison-smith-jersey-c-2_16.html</a> what that person meant to you.

So how did you feel at the end of the week?

I was definitely ready to come back. I think testing myself in that way gave me faith in my own faculties. It gave me the ability to every day say, “I don’t actually need to pick up my phone for the first two hours after I wake up. The world doesn’t fall apart.” But that’s not something a week in the woods gives you automatically. That’s a practice, a habit you have to develop every day. In the same way, I don’t really believe that a seven-day fast is going to fix all your health issues. These things are usually better dealt with through small daily changes.

In this climate where we have what’s been called a loneliness epidemic, how does one become better at being alone?

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回到个人可以做出的种种变化,你还采取了什么其他措施,在自己的生活中除去孤独,除了早上检查你的手机的第一件事情?

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我们“ 重新不断的培训相信没有应酬是反社会行为,但我认为这实际上是我们一个错误” 重新制作。孤独是因为它使我们更健康,更贴心社会的动物因为当我们互动的社会行为,它' s ^更有意义。

Apr 21 '17 · 0 comments

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Apr 21 '17 · 1 comments

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s probably the most obvious remaining need for the Colts in 2017.

Who will line up opposite Vontae Davis this fall?

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“We no question need a young corner,” Owner Jim Irsay says.

“We still need some work in the secondary, absolutely we do,” GM Chris Ballard adds.

Since the Colts acquired Davis via trade just prior to the start of the 2012 season, the team’s No. 2 cornerback has really never been set in stone on a consistent basis.

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While Melvin, who the staff remains high on, and Darryl Morris are still on the roster after filling in adequately last season, Pagano knows where the premium talent is likely to come.

As a former defensive backs coach, Pagano likes what he sees in the ’17 draft class in the secondary.

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How the Colts will handle that No. 2 cornerback spot this season changed a bit in the past month.

First, Patrick Robinson was released at the start of free agency. Robinson’s one-year stint as the starter opposite Davis ended after an injury riddled season with the Colts.

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That leaves the Colts in this current situation with some unknown.

Who starts at corner with Davis in 2017 is still a mystery nearly a month into free agency.

Before the Colts get closer to that answer, Pagano knows what he must get out of his top corner playing in a contract season in 2017.

“We need consistent play out of Vontae,” Pagano says. “We need him to be there week-after-week-after-week. And we need him to be there for 16 weeks and play at a level that we know he can play at week after week. That’s the expectation for Vontae. He knows that.

And that other corner spot?

“With the draft, with the guys we have coming back,” Pagano says, “it’ll be great competition.”

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Apr 21 '17 · 0 comments

INDIANAPOLIS – It’s probably the most obvious remaining need for the Colts in 2017.

Who will line up opposite Vontae Davis this fall?

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“We no question need a young corner,” Owner Jim Irsay says.

“We still need some work in the secondary, absolutely we do,” GM Chris Ballard adds.

Since the Colts acquired Davis via trade just prior to the start of the 2012 season, the team’s No. 2 cornerback has really never been set in stone on a consistent basis.

Greg Toler battled injuries throughout his three seasons with the Colts.

Guys like Jerrraud Powers, Cassius Vaughn, Darius Butler, Jalil Brown, Patrick Robinson, Antonio Cromartie and Rashaan Melvin have all <a href="http://www.authenticnflraidersshop.com/shop-by-players-latavius-murray-jersey-c-2_8.html">Latavius Murray Youth Jersey</a> trotted out there to man the other side of the field opposite Davis.

And there’s a good chance another name will be joining that bunch in 2017.

While Melvin, who the staff remains high on, and Darryl Morris are still on the roster after filling in adequately last season, Pagano knows where the premium talent is likely to come.

As a former defensive backs coach, Pagano likes what he sees in the ’17 draft class in the secondary.

“This is a really good draft when it comes to secondary,” Pagano says. “With the corners and safety prospects in this draft, you’re going to get a good player. There’s great length, there’s great speed, guys with ball skills, guys with the skill set we’re looking for (at corner). It’ll be up to us how quickly we can develop those guys and get them on the field."

How the Colts will handle that No. 2 cornerback spot this season changed a bit in the past month.

First, Patrick Robinson was released at the start of free agency. Robinson’s one-year stint as the starter opposite Davis ended after an injury riddled season with the Colts.

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That leaves the Colts in this current situation with some unknown.

Who starts at corner with Davis in 2017 is still a mystery nearly a month into free agency.

Before the Colts get closer to that answer, Pagano knows what he must get out of his top corner playing in a contract season in 2017.

“We need consistent play out of Vontae,” Pagano says. “We need him to be there week-after-week-after-week. And we need him to be there for 16 weeks and play at a level that we know he can play at week after week. That’s the expectation for Vontae. He knows that.

And that other corner spot?

“With the draft, with the guys we have coming back,” Pagano says, “it’ll be great competition.”

The analysis from those producing content on Colts.com does not necessarily represent the thoughts of the Indianapolis Colts <a href="http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-josh-hill-jersey-c-1_23.html">http://www.authenticsaintsshop.com/shop-by-players-josh-hill-jersey-c-1_23.html</a> organization. Any conjecture, analysis or opinions formed by Colts.com content creators is not based on inside knowledge gained from team officials, players or staff.

Apr 21 '17 · 0 comments

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At this time last year, it would have been a no-brainer that the Vikings were going to exercise those options. Now, that might not be true. The Vikings’ decisions will alter the direction of the franchise.

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Now, the Vikings have to make the decision if they want to pay him a lot of money without knowing if he is going to get completely healthy.

Zimmer has said he doesn’t want Bridgewater going anywhere, and with how the quarterback has helped form this team and organization, it is hard to believe that the Vikings won’t keep him around.

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Apr 21 '17 · 0 comments

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Now, the Vikings have to make the decision if they want to pay him a lot of money without knowing if he is going to get completely healthy.

Zimmer has said he doesn’t want Bridgewater going anywhere, and with how the quarterback has helped form this team and organization, it is hard to believe that the Vikings won’t keep him around.

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Needs: The Tennessee Titans hold the fifth and 18th pick in the draft thanks to last year’s move down from No. 1, putting them in position<a href="http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-david-decastro-jersey-c-2_27.html">David Decastro Youth Jersey</a>  to address two of their biggest needs early on draft night. Their needs include cornerback, wide receiver, safety, linebacker and guard. A trade down is very much on the table for the second straight year, especially since they don’t have a second-round pick.

Picks: First round (5, 18), third round (83, 100), fourth round (124), fifth round (164), sixth round (214), seventh round (236).

Davis should be the No. 1 player on the Titans’ board despite injury concerns. He’s a more dynamic athlete than Mike Williams is, and after the catch, he’s also better. With the way Tennessee’s offense is designed and built upon short, quick throws, Davis can turn seemingly minimal gains into big plays.

Marcus Mariota would take his game to another level with a player like Davis on the outside. It’s something he desperately needs, particularly with Tennessee lacking size at wide receiver.

Hooker is neck-and-neck with Jamal Adams in terms of being the top safety in this class, but for the Titans, he should be slightly ahead. Tennessee <a href="http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-david-decastro-jersey-c-2_27.html">David Decastro Jersey</a> signed Johnathan Cyprien this offseason to play strong safety, leaving a hole at free safety. Adams is better when playing closer to the line of scrimmage – much like Cyprien – which is why Hooker fits better in Tennessee.

He can be a true center fielder in the deep-middle, taking away big plays from opposing offenses. His skills are comparable to that of Ed Reed, which is high praise for someone just entering the NFL.

Awuize is a guy who could sneak into the first round, but he’ll most likely land towards the top of the second. That bodes well for the Titans in the event that they trade down from 18, still having a need at cornerback despite signing Logan Ryan. Awuzie will be an early starter for whichever team drafts him, and he’d be a good fit in Tennessee.

He thrives in man coverage and has sufficient speed to stay with them on crossing routes, which is something the Titans covet in their cornerbacks. They’ve showed significant interest in him, too, meeting with him twice.

Lamp is the top guard in the class and will probably be the first one taken. The Titans aren’t desperate for help on the offensive line, but Lamp would be an upgrade over Quinton Spain on the left side.

His versatility is a big plus, too, providing the ability to play tackle in a pinch should Jack Conklin or Taylor Lewan get injured. He’d be a great selection at No. 18 if Tennessee is able to land a wideout at No. 5.

Despite not boasting great size for a linebacker, Riley<a href="http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-peyton-manning-jersey-c-1_3.html">http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-peyton-manning-jersey-c-1_3.html</a>  can be a contributor as a weak-side guy. He has good enough speed (4.58 40-yard dash) and short-area quickness to hold up in coverage, making him an intriguing prospect in the mid-rounds.

The Titans could use a player like him on defense, lacking talent at linebacker. He’s a modern-day 'backer who can make plays all over the field for the Titans.

Mariota could use as many targets as he can get, considering how little talent the Titans had at wide receiver last season. Even if they land one of the top guys in the first round, Jones would be a good addition in the third round, if he were to tall that far, of course.

There’s a chance he goes early-to-mid-second round, which would cause the Titans to miss out on him. However, he would fit nicely with Mariota as a slot guy. He has the ability to take a short pass and turn it into a big gain when<a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-matt-mcgloin-jersey-c-2_58.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-matt-mcgloin-jersey-c-2_58.html</a>  going over the middle, showing good toughness on contested catches. He has the most receptions in NCAA history (399), largely because his targets came on short routes and screen passes. But he can have success in the NFL thanks to his solid hands and good agility in the open field.

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Needs: The Tennessee Titans hold the fifth and 18th pick in the draft thanks to last year’s move down from No. 1, putting them in position<a href="http://www.authenticsteelerssale.com/shop-by-players-david-decastro-jersey-c-2_27.html">David Decastro Youth Jersey</a>  to address two of their biggest needs early on draft night. Their needs include cornerback, wide receiver, safety, linebacker and guard. A trade down is very much on the table for the second straight year, especially since they don’t have a second-round pick.

Picks: First round (5, 18), third round (83, 100), fourth round (124), fifth round (164), sixth round (214), seventh round (236).

Davis should be the No. 1 player on the Titans’ board despite injury concerns. He’s a more dynamic athlete than Mike Williams is, and after the catch, he’s also better. With the way Tennessee’s offense is designed and built upon short, quick throws, Davis can turn seemingly minimal gains into big plays.

Marcus Mariota would take his game to another level with a player like Davis on the outside. It’s something he desperately needs, particularly with Tennessee lacking size at wide receiver.

Hooker is neck-and-neck with Jamal Adams in terms of being the top safety in this class, but for the Titans, he should be slightly ahead. Tennessee <a href="http://www.authenticsteelersshop.com/shop-by-players-david-decastro-jersey-c-2_27.html">David Decastro Jersey</a> signed Johnathan Cyprien this offseason to play strong safety, leaving a hole at free safety. Adams is better when playing closer to the line of scrimmage – much like Cyprien – which is why Hooker fits better in Tennessee.

He can be a true center fielder in the deep-middle, taking away big plays from opposing offenses. His skills are comparable to that of Ed Reed, which is high praise for someone just entering the NFL.

Awuize is a guy who could sneak into the first round, but he’ll most likely land towards the top of the second. That bodes well for the Titans in the event that they trade down from 18, still having a need at cornerback despite signing Logan Ryan. Awuzie will be an early starter for whichever team drafts him, and he’d be a good fit in Tennessee.

He thrives in man coverage and has sufficient speed to stay with them on crossing routes, which is something the Titans covet in their cornerbacks. They’ve showed significant interest in him, too, meeting with him twice.

Lamp is the top guard in the class and will probably be the first one taken. The Titans aren’t desperate for help on the offensive line, but Lamp would be an upgrade over Quinton Spain on the left side.

His versatility is a big plus, too, providing the ability to play tackle in a pinch should Jack Conklin or Taylor Lewan get injured. He’d be a great selection at No. 18 if Tennessee is able to land a wideout at No. 5.

Despite not boasting great size for a linebacker, Riley<a href="http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-peyton-manning-jersey-c-1_3.html">http://www.authenticbroncosshop.com/shop-by-players-peyton-manning-jersey-c-1_3.html</a>  can be a contributor as a weak-side guy. He has good enough speed (4.58 40-yard dash) and short-area quickness to hold up in coverage, making him an intriguing prospect in the mid-rounds.

The Titans could use a player like him on defense, lacking talent at linebacker. He’s a modern-day 'backer who can make plays all over the field for the Titans.

Mariota could use as many targets as he can get, considering how little talent the Titans had at wide receiver last season. Even if they land one of the top guys in the first round, Jones would be a good addition in the third round, if he were to tall that far, of course.

There’s a chance he goes early-to-mid-second round, which would cause the Titans to miss out on him. However, he would fit nicely with Mariota as a slot guy. He has the ability to take a short pass and turn it into a big gain when<a href="http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-matt-mcgloin-jersey-c-2_58.html">http://www.authenticraiderssale.com/shop-by-players-matt-mcgloin-jersey-c-2_58.html</a>  going over the middle, showing good toughness on contested catches. He has the most receptions in NCAA history (399), largely because his targets came on short routes and screen passes. But he can have success in the NFL thanks to his solid hands and good agility in the open field.

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