The solitude of Writing

Although I find great comfort in “The solitude of Writing,” is this solitude lost by expressing myself in words? The answer to this question may be revealed by whether anyone is reading this, but short-term solitude: “is often valued as a time when one may work, think or rest without being disturbed.” An as I write this in this moment there is a feeling of great solitude as I practice my writing today.

So now the question becomes: Do I enjoy the solitude of putting my thoughts into words and sharing them with all of you? Or should I keep these kinds of thoughts to myself and enjoy this solitude? Either way I’ve enjoyed this solitary moment in time and whether anyone else can appreciate these thoughts is really unknown to me.

Today’s subject reminds of my introverted personality and how much I like to keep things to myself which makes writing something every day very difficult for me. But each day I try to break this solitary feeling that I have to keep myMeditate thoughts to myself and to try and express what’s on my mind by writing.

Thanks for Listening,


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About Jeff

I started my Blog on November 25, 2006 and I wanted a Web page where I could "Learn Something New!" Windows Live Spaces made it so easy that even I could do it. I made a commitment to myself to write something in my Blog every day. My writing challenge ended on May 23, 2012.
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One Response to The solitude of Writing

  1. Bella says:

    I have those kind of moments when I like to be alone and think about my life also.

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