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"Whosoever is delighted in solitude is either a wild beast or a god"*...

A wild beast, a god… or just aging:

Time with friends, colleagues, siblings, and children diminishes over the course of a lifetime. The older we get, the person we spend the most time with is the one we see in the mirror.

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I came to a point where I needed solitude and just stop the machine of thinking and enjoying what they call living, I just wanted to lie in the grass and look at the clouds.

~Jack Kerouac


I admit it

Reluctantly, but still,

This desire to Surrender

If I know how,

Tired of this burden

Sometimes life

Ticked down to nothing,

How many hours now… 278 more words


The door knew it was about to be banged open. As it occurred, and as the boy marched into the room – all red and furious, the fan prepared itself to rotate, the bed softened for him and the tablet, which was in conversation with the penstand on the table, knew it was to be of immediate service. 153 more words


Wisdom from my aging minivan

Andi reconsiders giving up blogging in an all-too-busy life: “But then I realized that this space provides me with something I don’t realize I need until it’s gone. A place of reflection.”



I lost it all…
I can’t count how many obstacles I’ve crossed
One, Two, Three
Or maybe a thousand
I just can’t imagine me at the centre of the game… 209 more words

friends should have your back but might not always have the time

written by Kelsey May
June 27th, 2017

Friendships are tough. I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve been a shoddy friend and an amazing friend, and most of the time, my behavior had very little to do with my friends and a lot to do with my own availability and interests. 454 more words