One may revel in baseless loneliness, a selfish act really. For one craves companionship purely for recognition of being. One does not seek the other purely for the other itself, but entirely for the psychical and psychological stimulation the other provides. One intuitively seeks this communion with the same vigour as one pursues physical nourishment. Perhaps it is an unspoken agreement of the human subconscious to selfishly seek companionship and thereby perpetuate an endless cycle of half fulfilled longing, which in turn keeps us moving and chasing something that we only just elementarily grasp in concept.

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