Day 27. Here in solitude with nature without other people around.
I wrote about solitude in 2014 so here is the post that’s still true to this day.
Solitude is not as bad as you think
Published on April 5, 2014
Decided to take part in this challenge. Sounds like fun. And I’m an introvert so it fits me perfectly.
Solitude is a much better word than lonely or loneliness. Lonely sounds like it’s a bad thing. Everybody needs solitude sometimes. Especially extroverts have problems being alone. I think they’ve been around people too much. If they would be alone at least a while, maybe they wouldn’t be so stressed.
I’ve never had problems with solitude. Maybe I’m just so used to being on my own. That’s much better than having too many people around. I need a place to think. Solitude should be my middle name. I live for it. Without it, I could not think. Even people looking over my shoulder makes me nervous. My solitude is taking my bike out and go for a ride. Luckily I live close to nature. There’s always a place where there’s no people around. Just hearing the birds sing is music for my ears.
Solitude is also in the mind. No one knows what you’re thinking until you say it out loud. Being an introvert has is advantages. You think before you speak. Extroverts should try it once in a while. Find your inner solitude. That will clear your mind and maybe you will learn to listen to others too.
Solitude is the best when you can pamper yourself with things you like and no one else is there to tell you what to do.