A little of this, a little of that, a blessing here and there
A mixture of both.
Mostly solitude as well. Lovely picture, Kathleen.
Definitely solitude. Love the painting too.
Hi Kathleen,We can all enjoy being alone but I would say that solitude is knowing that people are there when you need them and loneliness is when there aren't.
Solitude is a priceless gift. It allows creativity to reach its full potential.
both but with peace :-)
When I am grounded in love I feel solitude. When I am floundering in fear I feel lonely.
I have felt both in the extreme - but today (and hopefully tomorrow) - my maturity has led me to recognize it as solitude.Thank you for asking the question. It's a lovely one to ponder.
Both, loneliness brings with it solitude...just what I need sometimes. You have to be happy in your own skin, Mom used to say.
So true that being alone can bring both joy and sorrow. I've felt both the glory and the pain. I prefer the glory, of course.
I am grateful for the gift of solitude and the blessing of having friends to call a friend when I feel lonely.Thanks for asking. It's a thoughtful query.
Solitude! It was exactly what I wrote about at my blog for my wedding anniversary post on Sept. 1st! We were on a wavelength!
my life oscillates between the two states. i don't mind the hurt of loneliness as much as used to. i love the state of solitude much more than i used to. steven
I love solitude for a short time, but after less than a day, it turns to loneliness. I'm one of those people who needs to converse with other people, who loves to converse. If I don't I start to feel alone very quickly, so one of my biggest dreads would be to be left alone.
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