How to be Lonesome and not Isolated

A Authority and Power entry published on July 29, 2009

A French writer, Antoine de Saint Exupéry, once said:
“Lonesomeness vivifies, but isolation kills.”
What is the difference between Loneliness and Isolation?
There is a huge difference, yet most people consider them synonyms.

Lonesomeness means you are in a state of harmony, where you can shut your mental thinking and are able to connect to the source.
It’s a positive frequency of the being.
It’s a state of being where you take some time to take care of you, to cherish your being, to build up your self esteem, to do things that are good for you.
You feel well when you are alone with yourself. It strengthens your being.
Whenever you think it’s enough, you just cease to be alone, you call someone and get together.

Isolation is a negative frequency of your being.
When you feel isolated, what happens is:
1. When you are surrounded by people, you wish to be alone. You feel annoyed amongst people, and therefore want to get away from them.
2. When you’re alone, you hate to be lonesome and therefore wish to be surrounded by people. Yet, you can’t take the phone and call anyone, you rather wait infinitely by the phone until someone rings you; what never happens, in fact.
3. When you finally can be with people, you want to get back home and stay alone.

It’s a terrible vicious circle.

In today’s society, many people live in isolation.
These are people who have problems with their sense of direction, with their sense of humility, in one word, with their sense of authority .

In their contact with others, they usually confuse authority with power.
This person insists that others should do what he wants them to do.
He is very mental, he has a tendency to complicate and of course he ends up annoying others.
Hence, he gets more and more isolated.
He feels people around him are unfair.

This person thinks the world should gravitate around him and around his mental, egotistic thoughts and beliefs.

When this isolation feeling is very strongly felt and not correctly verbalized, this person may end up with emotional and physical symptoms, such as a blocked brain, Alzheimer’s, Multiple sclerosis, Amnesia (memory loss), Nervous breakdown, Insanity, Brain paralysis, Dementia, Parkinson’s, Senility and Coma.

He doesn’t understand the difference between discipline and obedience. This will be the subject of my next post.

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