Loneliness

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Loneliness does not come from having no
people about one, but from being unable to
communicate the things that seem important
to oneself, or from holding certain views
which others find inadmissible.

source: Carl Jung
image: Eddie’s Photos, October 2013

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16 thoughts on “Loneliness

  1. This makes perfect sense. I like being alone. I’d rather be alone than be in a group of people that I do not find any common ground. It’s hard to be invisible in a crowd that disregards your existence. Good one.

  2. Jung sure knew a thing or two! 😉
    I feel this way now and it’s because I need to express myself in a way that ‘polite society’ may not agree with. I’m going to start a different blog to try to combat this feeling.

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