Silence & Silences!

Silence, being the exact answer to every question tends to be the most confusing question too. We try to find this question very tangling but when we find it, It happens to please us with its every moment.

But when silence comes along with silences, it surprises us. It approaches us, seems wonderful. But it causes great devastation in the form we never care to know.

It is Isolation!


Here I am trying to refer this isolation to a self-imposed state of complete or near-complete lack of contact between an individual and society. It differs from loneliness, which reflects a temporary lack of contact with other humans. Social isolation can be an issue for individuals of any age, though symptoms may differ by age group.

Social isolation has similar characteristics in both temporary instances and for those with an historical lifelong isolation cycle. All types of social isolation can include staying home for lengthy periods of time, having no communication with family, acquaintances or friends, or willfully avoiding any contact with other humans when those opportunities do arise.

It is both a potential cause and a symptom of emotional or psychological challenges. As a cause, the perceived inability to interact with the world and others can create an escalating pattern of these challenges. As a symptom, periods of isolation can be chronic or episodic, depending upon any cyclical changes in mood, especially in the case of clinical depression.

It increases feelings of loneliness and depression, fear of other people, or create a negative self-image. There is a realization in the individual that their isolating is not ‘normal behavior’ and can create the feeling that there is a whole world going on to which they do not belong or are unable to be a part of.

So, don’t try to wear the cloak of silence, or else you would fall into the great depths of Emptiness.




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