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Solitude is a pain, especially if not prescribed by self

People are inclining togetherness


Becoming a member of

Or being a part of a greater community  

That is how you quell the burning pain of lonesomeness.

Social interaction is an automatic aphrodisiac for soul

It pushes, a pull, away from circumstantial grief of loneliness

Loneliness is somewhere where no-one ever wants to be!

But rather a community, a gathering, a social mingling, hearing another’s voice and reacting to it.

Social interaction or a tender hug of touch may mean the difference between contentment and drifting permanently into inevitable solitude.


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