The Toothbrush And Other Proof Of Unbelonging

Introduction To My New Blog, “Bewildered By Belonging” “Unbelonging” is actually a real word, at least as far as Mirriam Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary confirms. It is classed as an adjective meaning: not belonging.  A quote is provided by James Still, “…never taking a thing unbelonging to them.”  But in the context of my new blog I want to use “unbelonging” as a noun (and I do not see the reason that it is not being used this way) to be paired with its opposite among other sets of pairs: Happiness v Unhappiness, Joyfulness v Sorrow, Contentment v Dissatisfaction, Belonging v… Continue Reading This Article