Lately, I’ve thought about is the pleasure of being alone.

I don’t mean being alone or without a partner; rather, I mean making the most of the time you have to yourself.
Sadghuru, ever wise, counselled that we thrive when we are alone.

We grow internally when we are alone and not influenced by others. As we meditate on it, we tap into the wellspring of life and realise that being human is a gift in and of itself.

Self-discipline, in my opinion, stems from self-development, and the need for growth follows after self-reflection. We reflect more in silence.

Instead of receiving energy from outside sources, how about tapping into our own internal energy by contemplating life in solitude?

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