It Is Okay to Be Alone with Yourself

We are all connected, yet for some of us, it has been challenging finding those sustainable, meaningful, deeper connections. Maybe I speak for myself, but I have never felt like I ever fully belonged. I have met thousands of great people, but have chosen to be very selective with who I choose to spend my time with. This may come as a surprise, because I get along with just about everyone, and I enjoy talking with people, and I truly love and appreciate my friends and family; what a blessing to have so much love in my life.

However, I feel as though I prefer to be by myself most of the time or just sitting silently with my animals or in nature, where words are absent. And maybe that is because I just really enjoy the solitude and the clarity. Or maybe that is because it just is. I have chosen to be an observer of everything, of all of the beauty and the source. With each passing year, I let more light into my life. Sometimes I sit outside by myself and I just don’t do much of anything except listen, and sometimes I even lay in the grass. It’s amazing what we can be witness to, if we just allow it.

So what’s my point? My point is, it’s okay to be alone with yourself. I have learned more from that than anything else in this life. I have learned that we are all spiritual beings and we all want the same things: purpose, love, and happiness. I know myself, and I understand this purpose. I know that this life is a treasure. I know that we can be distracted by so many things – so many things that do not matter, and so much negativity. We must filter all of this. I know that labels and doctrines can divide us. We are all human. I promise that no matter what you’re going through or if you’re feeling alone, you are not alone.

We are all one. We are all important. Let this be validation that it is perfectly okay to be alone sometimes with yourself and to learn what it is that makes you happy. ONE LOVE!

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