Andy’s Quick Hits (9): The Strange Connection between Wisdom, Loneliness, and your Gut

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Multiple studies have found that those who are wiser (yes, you can measure this) are less likely to feel lonely and conversely those who feel lonely are less likely to be wise. There could be many reasons for this and it indeed fits our clichéd fairytale wise man sitting alone in a cave and asking the stray traveler wise questions.

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