Whoever you are do not forget who you really are. There are 4 faces we have. One we show to the society. One we show to our friends. Another face we show to our family. And there’s another we show to ourselves. The last one is often hidden and some like to keep it like that.
There a voluptuousness in the last face, not a narcissism. The privilege of being with yourself, to be intimate with yourself and honest with your own intimacy. To de-fragment yourself. Loneliness places you on the other side of the Universe, in a perfect balance of the sky and earth. There is no compromise you need to do when you are lonely, when you see that face. But nothing is worst than seeing that face everyday if you are not born to be lonely. It’s like you are forced to live publicly when you were born to live alone.