Right now, you might feel confused, constricted or frustrated.
You might find yourself facing the crossroads of solitude and isolation.
There is a difference:
Solitude is being alone without being lonely.
Isolation is being lonely whether or not you’re alone.
In the last decade or so, solitude has become a luxury, an afterthought, or something in between.
Now it’s a necessity.
Walking alone with your thoughts, being in nature, letting the sun fill your body, mind and soul.
That is life.
Doing good, focused work that helps someone else.
That is also life.
In the social media age, minutes pass while anxiety builds. There comes a point when the amount of information we consume starts to lose its value–especially if it’s one-sided.
Spending hours scrolling through social media feeds to get the latest on the latest, or binge watching Netflix in order to escape the cold, hard realities of life: that’s simply waiting for the inevitable.
This is a rare opportunity. Don’t waste it distracting yourself from yourself.
Right now, you can choose solitude or isolation.
So, which will it be?