Embrace solitude

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You may be with other people, share experiences, enjoy one another’s company, celebrate and empathize with each other. But the primary experience of humanity is individual and solitary. At the end of the night as you approach sleep you return alone to the present, to your thoughts, to your solitary existence. Being alone allows thought, clarity, and insight to form. There can be great and deep rewards from a life or even an hour of solitude.

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All I can share is my opinion and experience, which will be completely different than yours.

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