Solitary

It’s not in everybody’s nature to be forever in crowds. Some like to walk alone for a while, or sit and think by themselves. They may be branded as lone wolves, sometimes glorified, sometimes frowned upon, but they are just themselves, enjoying their own minds.

Let your thoughts run without distraction or intervention and see where they take you. Will you find answers to something you have been asking yourself? Or will you find the root to a vine-like worry that has knotted in your stomach? An idea, perhaps, or a conclusion.

Only last week I recalled where I had buried a stash of bones from earlier in the year, long lost to the shadowy corners of my mind. I’m off to collect them now, before busy days bury the memory again.

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