I live in an area where the streets have been named after famous authors: Tennyson, Donne, Chaucer, Shelley, Shakespeare… My street is Donne. And as is the want of our “community”, the street has been shut off on both sides with high walls and access gates. And then I came across this quote from John Donne who wrote this nearly 400 years ago:
"no man is an island, entire of itself.
Each is a piece of the continent, a part of the main…"