Alone In Solitude

Alone isn’t lonely if we have meaningful relationships with everything and everyone, when they occur. Not needing to be among people, the benefit of solitude is freedom from the constraints and opinions of others.

Inner inspiration takes place in solitude by direct realisation of our true reality without any outside distractions. Solitude provides time to contemplate, review how things come about, how consciousness becomes spiritual, and where self is in all this.

Alone is a meaningful, instructive experience with everything and everyone.
If it’s there, all well and good.
If it’s not, all well and good.

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