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Monday, September 7, 2015
The difference between loneliness and alonebeing
The unhappy loneliness, with its anxiety and pain, is isolation, the Ego´s inevitable act.
This isolationprocess develops, whether it is extensive or narrow, confusion, conflicts and sorrow.
Isolation can never give rise to alonebeing: the one condition must give way for the other.
The unhappy loneliness is isolation, whereas the happy alonebeing is complete self-forgetful openness for, and absorption in life itself.
Only this is freedom.
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