Sunday, October 31, 2010
A Plea for Understanding
Tonto often contemplates the sense of isolation the elusive Bigfoot must endure. The reality, in which he lives, must be so harsh that he must dissociate himself from the rest of the world. I can only imagine that such isolation comes from a complex psychological disorder that is influencing the formation of his identity. Some think he went mad, because of a woman. Only this could explain the sense of oppression. Others believe it was a result of his childhood, leaving him vulnerable and emotionally destroyed. Whatever the causes, I truly think that my friend finds comfort in his isolation, yet strives for attention and love. He reaches out, only to hide when spotted.