The Irony of Loneliness
Dan Moore

In addition to so many of your thoughts and words ringing true with my soul, I was absolutely overwhelmed by the beauty of your writing. I’ve never read any of your work before, and after this will become an avid follower. The human mind and soul are so powerful though — somehow they know that if you’re alone because you’re choosing to be alone for a short period of time, then all is right with the world. But if you’re alone not always out of choice, then our minds and souls are troubled. Unfortunately, not a concept that I think will ever be resolved, but at least it seems that introverts especially can all identify, and that hopefully this leads to more people reaching out. Sending love from South Africa.

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