People refer to other people as “shallow” as a way of describing the other person’s values as superficial. “Superficial values” is an oxymoron. You may have good reason to believe that what is important to someone else in fact isn’t important at all, but slapping a label like “shallow” on them only elucidates your own inability to empathize.
It is a part of the human condition, and it is both inevitable and imperative that you experience this feeling. You will notice a variety of different responses to it throughout your lifetime: feelings like fear, relief, loneliness, desperation, even pleasure. All you can do is experience your solitude and observe your feelings about it.
Then you will always have it with you.
You are too smart; you don’t need them.
In our case currently, Mexico City. This will help you gain insight into the experience of your neighbors who may be immigrants from that area. It will also be fun.
I wish I understood it.