Living in Solitude

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  1. Crabtownboy

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    I live in that solitude which is painful in youth, but delicious in the years of maturity.

    Albert Einstein
     
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    Saint John the Evangelist lived in solitude.

    What would you say you've learned from your experience? If you'd care to share with us.
     
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    Albert Einstein does not post on this site. ;)
     
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    I took the Einstein quote to be a reflection of Crab's personal journey. Otherwise what's the point of posting a mere quote like that?
     
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    Many have asked that question before you.:laugh:
     
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    :laugh:

    But have they had an answer yet? :tongue3:

    (probably not since there's a reason to ask the question again. )
     
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    You are correct, I am, and have been at that point of loving solitude.

    Sometimes I post quotations that do reflect where I am in life, or something I feel strongly. Other times I post them simply because I find them interesting and to reflect on. On rare occasions I will post a quote just to see how others respond to it.

    I love proverbs both Biblical and from various cultures. Proverbs are often truths wrapped in small packages of words. I love that.

    Being in solitude gives me time to pray, to think, to meditate on God.

    I am never alone when I am alone. I am most alone when I am in a crowd or a noisy party.

    As I have gotten older I find I watch less and less TV. I know I have changed and it seems to me that TV has changed and not for the better. I cannot fathom why some programs are popular, especially, the so called, reality shows.

    I love what I call minute vacations. Let's say I am outside mowing the yard. I hear a flock of Canadian geese flying over, so I stop and watch and reflect on the amazing works God did in creating such a beautiful sight. Or presently I will stop and just watch a beautifully colored tree and marvel as His handiwork.

    I am not sure if this answers your question. My answer is a quick one. Maybe I'll reflect on this a bit.
     
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    Thank you for your sincere and honest response to my question. :) I too love proverbs. The scripture as well as those afforded in other cultures.

    Very often great things can be gleaned from a few simple words shared as someone elses thoughts(quote).

    Thank you again. God Bless.
     

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