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  1. alwayslittlepieces · April 12, 2014

    Alone and lonely are very different. Change breaking through the illusion takes strength and courage… and maybe in the realization of being alone is also being connected to all things (nature), so being alone is not lonely 🙂

    No one owns anybody. Thank-you for your Though #8. Tara

    • anumshafique · April 13, 2014

      Thank you for reading and sharing your own lovely thoughts, likewise.
      But, at least in my opinion, being owned by someone and belonging are also two very different things. I could be wrong, of course. 🙂

  2. Hanne T. Fisker · April 12, 2014

    Just a thought on your words… I wonder, if the latter could also be a paradox unfolding in a person; belonging to no one, yet belonging to everyone and everything? Perhaps from the outside looking like being alone, yet rarely lonely?

    • anumshafique · April 13, 2014

      Or perhaps, on the outside looking like they have all the company in the world, yet always lonely?

      • Hanne T. Fisker · April 13, 2014

        I think that is a possibility too, I would say ‘and’. I do think the loneliest place can at times be among people… as well as it can be the warmest and loveliest place too.

        • anumshafique · April 13, 2014

          🙂 Hanne, you are absolutely right of course. 🙂

          • Hanne T. Fisker · April 13, 2014

            And so are you 🙂 (with no really right and wrong in it, just perspectives) 🙂

            • anumshafique · April 13, 2014

              ^ The wisdom in these words know no bounds. 🙂 Thank you! 😀

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