I’m a bit stuck today, just can’t get myself going. It may be withdrawal symptoms, I finished rereading The Girl Who Kicked A Hornet’s Nest last Sunday and thus am parted from Lisbeth Salander and company for a couple of years.
Or it may be winter blues, being restricted to a very slow walk my outdoor time is very restricted at this time of year and in the kind of weather we have been having.
Or perhaps it is that editing a novel is a pain in the arse.
Still, as most of the people who read Boggart Blog are pretty independent minded (I doubt many sheeple return for a second helping) I thought you might enjoy something I stumbled on today.
Isolation, The Curse Of The Independent Mind
Picture Source: lifeasahuman.com
Today I wish to address to you a certain brand of loneliness. It is perhaps the most debilitating form of the condition. The state is sometimes referred to as isolation or the sense of being disconnected, apart, abandoned or simply different from everyone else you know. This situation is compounded when friends, coworkers and even family members begin seeing you differently. Theyre not so much intrigued by your positive changes but rather disappointed by your shift in attitude and may even be concerned for your mental stability. These otherwise well-meaning souls are occasionally characterized as the sleeping and you may very well be part of the awakening.
I say awakening because the experience appears to be very dynamic and fluid by nature. Im not sure I would recognize or even fully appreciated an awake mind for they are far and few between us. But for those who are experiencing various stages of wakening, you are as visible to me as I am to you.
Read all at Waking Times