Have You Learnt To Appreciate Solitude?

Are you suffering from “autophobia”? If it is so, then it can be really disastrous… I believe all of us have to acknowledge that at some point of our lives, we will bound to confront with reality that we will become ultimately alone. This is human dilemma, isn’t that?

Over the course of time, those people that I thought would always be there had left one after another. At that time my world seem grayish and was filled with loneliness. That was my hardest time during my adolescence period to adulthood. As I aged with time, I slowly learnt to accept it as the “normal event” in my life.

Being solitude is never isolation. It is distinctively different from loneliness. I am happy to say that I have come in a long way since then and have also learnt to appreciate solitary. Being solitude isn’t fearful, it is indeed an enjoyment. I have always looking forward to travel alone and think that it will be wonderful to experience life and exploring the inner ME ๐Ÿ™‚

ย P/S* That is the song that I like very much and would want to share ๐Ÿ˜›


One thought on “Have You Learnt To Appreciate Solitude?

  1. Solitude is differentiated from loneliness. At times, I have wished to be alone, which is nearly impossible with 6 billion humans on the planet. And also, someone is providing electricity and clean water to my house, so even there, there is company. Now I am going to watch my faucet drip. ๐Ÿ™‚


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