The only time we see the whole structure clearly is when we step away from it.
Here are 9 things to try – alone.
Even the most social of us like some time alone now and then. However, it isn’t always easy to get time to yourself when you have other humans in your life. This Cozy Room will solve…
Cut a rug with the Man of Steel. This Superman Symbol Rug will put Superman’s symbol right on the floor of your Fortress of Solitude. It will geek up your room nicely with its bright colors and symbol of justice. This rug is 100% polyester and measures 4 foot by 6 foot. Yes, that will […]
Not everyone is meant to be a people person. In fact, being social is downright exhausting. While many think being alone and being lonely go hand-in-hand, you know that the sweet feeling of solitude is the best way to recharge when civilization...Show More Summary
By Jspicer on Jun 03 2014 The interrupting solitude of Zach Bodtorf’s alter ego is a continued ear punch. Shimmering guitar melodies are dissected by angry buzzing; an idyllic summer picnic being infested with wasps hungry for jello and ants picking at the meaty corpse between two slices of bread. Show More Summary
Imagine it’s lunch time. You are very hungry but your colleagues are still having a discussion in the meeting room.... The post 14 Quotes on Why Solitude is Good and You Shouldn’t Be Ashamed of It appeared first on Lifehack.
The conceit we?re introduced to in the above trailer for The Last Man On Earth is that a man, Phil Miller played by Will Forte, wakes up one day to a world where he is the only one left. We don?t know if this is true, and neither does he. So he sets upon a quest around the country in his recreational vehicle to search for others. Click To Continue Reading
Trollscouting Superman: "Loner, often retreats to Fortress of Solitude. Lacks killer instinct—believes injuring opponents is immoral. Refuses to undress in front of teammates. Died in 1992, so durability is a concern. A bit stiff in the hips." [Slate] Read more...
6. From time to time, you’re going to need to be alone. So be alone. It’s so easy to forget what solitude is like when you’re constantly surrounded by other people.
Eating alone in restaurants is awkward. Sure, you can take a book and pretend like the solitude is emboldening. But be honest with yourself—sitting across from an empty chair is sometimes sad and lonely. This whimsical restaurant in Japan has a solution: stuffed animals. Read more...
There are downsides to long-term travel – the five hour friends, the quick relationships, the solitude that leads to loneliness. It’s not all rainbows and unicorns. But then nothing ever is. Despite those occasional downsides, I think long-term solo travel is something people should try at least once in their life. Show More Summary
You're enjoying the solitude of the great outdoors — but what good is that unless you can upload some photos to Facebook?
This is it. Today is the 100th anniversary of Wrigley Field. Initially it was known as Weegham Park, and then Cubs Park, but eventually the Wrigley family came in and they got the name right... What's odd is we hear so much these days about signing rights where ball parks get the name of some product, like AT&T Field or Minute Maid Park. Show More Summary
A ruby is a jewel, and a ruby is a stone, just as the rapture of solitude lies within the agony of being alone. read more
Aracataca, Colombia, is the inspiration for Macondo, the town of Gabriel Garc a M rquez's "One Hundred Years of Solitude." Post correspondents paid visits to the town in 2002 and 2007, but now, thanks to Google, we can all (kind of) explore the town, seeing what is real and imagining the magical. Show More Summary
Gabriel García Márquez, dead at 87, wrote a lot of great fiction, but nothing greater than One Hundred Years of Solitude. Maybe nothing is.
Obituaries sing the praises of the departed, as they should, but those obituaries that matter most sing our song, too. It’s fortunate that my American first edition of One Hundred Years of Solitude is missing its jacket, or I might have...Show More Summary
Chelsea Clinton announced today that she and her husband Marc Mezvinsky are expecting their first child in the fall. That sound you hear is Bill and Hillary shouting “FINALLY!” [Twitter.com/ChelseaClinton] 100 Years Of Solitude author Gabriel Garcia Marquez, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1982, has died at age 87. [Guardian UK] James [...]
So sad! The world lost one of its greatest writers as Gabriel García Marquez has just passed away. The Nobel Prize-winning 87-year-old died from pneumonia, and will be dearly missed. He was best known for his AH-Mazing works such as One Hundred Years of Solitude, Autumn of the Patriarch, and Love in the Time of Cholera. Gabriel, known [...]