Author Topic: An Open Enemy Is Better Than A False Friend  (Read 1748 times)

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Re: An Open Enemy Is Better Than A False Friend
« on: July 06, 2014, 11:02:55 pm »
I have been doing my own thing for awhile, but now I see it is best if I go even deeper into isolation.  This is why I have put attention into getting an old desktop computer my nephew sent me set up for "doing my own thing" before I get to the next town where I am sure to become lonely as usual.  This time, I want it to be clear to myself that I can be content as a recluse and even kind of a geek. 

I am long passed the age of worrying about what others think of me.

I think that I have just been a slow learner when it comes to figuring this out.

If I thought I could afford the vet bills and if I found a place I could actually stay put for awhile, an animal might be all the companionship I need.  Ever since I was a child I have had no problem spending a great deal of time alone.  When it comes to literature or music, when we are alone, we can just be ourselves and listen to what we like or jump from one book to another ... or study something for no other reason than a genuine desire to learn a little something.

Maybe we get lonely sometimes and wish there were others interested in the things we are interested in.   Lately I have been feeling much more comfortable just being myself. 

I think we can safely celebrate our comfortability with our isolation.
Things They Will Never Tell YouArthur Schopenhauer has been the most radical and defiant of all troublemakers.

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