“There is a pleasure in the pathless woods;
There is a rapture on the lonely shore;
There is society, where none intrudes,
By the deep sea, and music in its roar;
I love not man the less, but Nature more…”
— Lord Byron
* Why do some people love solitude? Though Humans, deemed a social animal, some prefer disconnection with world, to be alone..not hating the world..but enjoying the silence, that is more dearer.... Spending time within, in quietude, reflecting, not being defined by other’s is as crucial to spiritual growth as is happiness/contentment. Loneliness, to the commoner is definitely underrated and people would do anything to avoid being lonely and associate it with sadness, depression, etc.. * It really is symbolic of self-evaluation, growth, a thorough enhancement ‘going within’. Solitude is a period of great growth if you let it be....realize it. ...solitude? looking for space to breathe from a very busy life - meditation..... 'urban solitude ' .... My friend. remarked at an old man"this man is crazy alone, too much and can’t take it anymore' And Suddenly, the Old man started to talk, pointing at her . ' you there , you think i am alone , desperate but i forbid you to think that" He was sensitive about not being compassionate, it had upset him.. Nobody wishes to be ALONE. * loving SOLITUDE, you have to be pretty resourceful and it is not that of the majority people. Silence, solitude, Inward journey helps understand and respect Universal love. * How to Find Solitude Start by disconnecting. Getting away, Take a walk, find a park or a beach or a mountain, find a quiet coffee shop, find a shady spot to rest, People watch, or nature watch. Simply observe....Be Silent ! * No time for solitude? a tip.... Sit still, focus on breath - it comes, goes out. Mind wanders, LET IT...gently return to the breath. ....Just so easy, yet so...not so....but SsHhh....!
?one; luuuuv eternal! ….?