A Quote by soulshaper on companion, path, unknown, journey, and solitude

"It is my hope that this book walks that fine line between respecting the uniqueness of your individual journey and speaking to that part of you that may need company as you set your foot on the path. My story only provides a template, but there may well be themes that resonate for you. Perhaps knowing someone went this way will invite you to walk a little bit further into your unique unknown."

jeff brown

Source: Soulshaping: Adventures in Self-Creation, Pages: 7

Contributed by: Sharon

A Quote by Tiffany Carr on truth, solitude, life, reality, and realization

"Sometimes truth has to stand alone in order to be recognized and realized as being Truth."

Tiffany Carr

Source: Self

Contributed by: Tiffany

A Quote by Wang Wei on serene, solitude, buddha, meditation, desire, and zen

I cannot find the Monastery of Heaped Fragrance,
Miles up now into the clouds of the summit.
There is no footpath through the ancient woods.
Where did the bell sound,
Deep in the sound, deep in the mountain?
The voice of the torrent gulps over jagged stones;
Sunlight hardly warms the bluish pines.
As dusk deepens in these unfathomable mazes,
I practice meditation
To subdue the dragon of desire.

Wang Wei


Contributed by: Lion

A Quote by Paramahansa Yogananda on seclusion, solitude, and greatness

Seclusion is the price of greatness.

Paramahansa Yogananda (1893 - 1952)

Source: The Divine Romance

Contributed by: Meenakshi

A Quote by unknown on solitude, learning, and alone

"Solitude is learning that we are not alone when we are alone."


Contributed by: cHrYsTiE

A Quote by Wabasha on holy place, vigil, solitude, prayer, and praise

Every man should have his own Holy Place where he keeps lonely vigil, harkens for the Voices, and offers prayer and praise.


Source: The Spiritual Athlete

Contributed by: Meenakshi

A Quote by Francis Bacon on friendship, love, and solitude

"Little do men perceive what solitude is, and how far it extendeth. For a crowd is not company, and faces are but a gallery of pictures, and talk but a tinkling cymbal, where there is no love."

Francis Bacon (1561 - 1626)

Contributed by: Ayesha

A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on reverie, history, self, and solitude

There are reveries so deep, reveries which help us descend so deeply within ourselves that they rid us of our history. They liberate us from our name. These solitudes of today return us to the original solitudes.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 99

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on communication, solitude, dream, child, reverie, tranquility, and childhood

How is it possible not to feel that there is communication between our solitude as a dreamer and the solitudes of childhood? And it is no accident that, in a tranquil reverie, we often follow the slope which returns us to our childhood solitudes.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 99

Contributed by: Chris

A Quote by Gaston Bachelard on childhood, child, solitude, and reverie

Our whole childhood remains to be reimagined. In reimagining it, we have the possibility of recovering it in the very life of our reveries as a solitary child.

Gaston Bachelard (1884 - 1962)

Source: The Poetics of Reverie, Pages: 100

Contributed by: Chris

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