For feeling that you are among other people, it is often supportive the view of indistinct faces you always meet during the day.
The night hides the peoples in the precise shapes of the buildings where they found their shelters and homes.
It’s an occasion to think that the blurred image of the day might clarify itself into a non-human precision.
Therefore, if we want to be close to other people, we should restrain ourselves from seeing them better. Nonetheless, the closeness may be further jeopardized by a persistent view of ourselves, which proves to be more convincing than that blurred image.