~Spero ergo sum~™

March 10, 2007

The lone wolf

Filed under: Sobriety — Teal @ 7:16 pm

The lone wolf is the greatest survivor of the day. The lone ranger , the solitary reaper and the like. Who all and who not.
U may have many friends in quality and quantity, but some day and i am sure one day you would feel saturated by the world around you and just run away to one happy place where u can breathe. Where you feel like you have your own space. Where you dont have to explain yourself or your actions to anyone whosoever.
That state is a state of solitude.
A state that most go into , or mostly are in.
While googling for quotes on loneliness/ solitude, I came across a very interesting quote~

Our language has widely sensed the two sides of being alone.
It has created the word “loneliness” to express the pain of being alone.
And it has created the word “solitude” to express the glory of being alone.”

– Paul Tillich

Never knew that the sound of silence or solitude could speak volumes to me.
As a human being, it is justified when one seeks comfort in the arms of solitude then be surrounded by hypocrites, shams or pretenders. Sometimes, the malice i see in most people , the deceit, the absolute lack of any sense of feeling for any other , save themselves.

If only people could get some sense of feeling or humaneness into their lives .. this world would definitely be a better place to live in and people will be better too. But no, we always put down other people and their abilities.

Is it because we look at improving the other person , or is it because those pricks want to prove to their own insecure self that they are the better of the lot?

For people who care about me , however few exist in this cruel world, fear not.
I am not a misanthrope.

For the rest. Watever.

In solitude, where we are least alone.

– Lord Byron

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1 Comment »

  1. too much englees….. out of syllabus!!!

    Comment by kuttichuvaru — March 12, 2007 @ 9:49 pm | Reply


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