We need to appreciate the existence of solitude. It is the way we put spaces between distant and incoherent people and places. It is the manifestation of our freedom to be disoriented by our own thoughts. Our pain is assuaged when, at many points in our lives, we get to face our hurts head-on. We plunge into the process of self-reflection and renewal.
Before the solitary moment ends, we’ll realize that there’s someone we can be with. We have that picturesque vision of that person who understands why we sometimes choose to be alone despite the need of being touched and caressed by others. It is an implication of the intangible relationship we have towards the person we choose to love. Yes, we find love, direction, and peace through solitude. Embrace the idea of being alone sometimes. Sometimes doesn’t mean forever; love is.