Jason Atkinson

Rookie (January 11,1984 / San Jose)

Solitude not Loneliness


Solitude not loneliness
Where does your mind go when you are alone? Do you reminisce about your past thoughts learning from that story told?
The issues of our life are explained in theses moments of reflection, isolated experiences to learn as you grow for the reason of the questions, and answers that you will surely hold, Inside your mind you might stay until the loneliness is left alone, by yourself in that corner room while confidence unfolds.
Looking through these two windows understanding the purpose of solitude, while being by yourself with everyone you'll see who is really who, and desperate for the meaning of Love, that is shared from the mighty god. Yet not many seem to speak in this simple language so afraid to leave their false cornerstone.

Submitted: Sunday, October 20, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 22, 2013

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