No knack for solitude

Untitled, Diana Maus ©1978
Definition of SOLITUDE
1: the quality or state of being alone or remote from society: seclusion
2: a lonely place (as a desert)

Been there, done that, got the T-shirt. Can I move soon? Please?

Now, a word from Neil…

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3 thoughts on “No knack for solitude

  1. Whenever I get upset with people, I think about Heidi and her grandfather who just gave up on people and chose solitude. Of course, at the end of the novel he returned to society. We’re social creatures. We can’t help it. 🙂

  2. Hi Vered. Hmm, I guess I didn’t get across what I meant.

    I’m not upset with people, just these people, LOL. Sometimes you have to go find your tribe (and a job, friends, arts, diversity, etc.)

  3. Here’s what I meant… “If you walk around strangers too long you get strange. You get estranged from yourself. They don’t understand who you really are. They haven’t seen what you have seen. It is a struggle to make them understand.” – Cary Tennis

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