Thursday, October 13, 2011
I have to refer back to this sometimes. The message is true and we often need to hear it. We wrap ourselves in the idea of company and companionship, sometimes to the point where we mask the reality of our fear of being alone with "being apart of our greater community". In reality, taking a intricate part in developing our community does not mean that we should not take time to be alone. Yes, there is a difference between being lonely and being alone. It's the struggle between a mental sate of being and a reality. But try to remember that if you're happy in your head than solitude is blessed and alone is okay.