Yellownotes – Daily Quotes | Quote of the Week | August 2020 | Week 04

In this week’s Yellownotes, these uplifting Feeling Alone quotes would help you understand the positive side of loneliness and isolation. You might also like to ponder on these loneliness quotes.

Written by - Swati Joshi

25 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear Life,I trust you with your ‘how to’ curriculum, loneliness is one of your most important courses to introduce us to ‘Ourselves’! – Swati. 26 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear World,We do have plenty of good people, but half of them are stuck with some unworthy company and the other half is waiting for that lot to join them and make their lives worth living! – Swati. 27 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear Society,Need not to judge every loner for his being some pathetic victim, many choose to stay alone than to be in the wrong company! – Swati. 28 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear Man,Solitude feels like drifting in the ocean; it never matters if you do it in a Yacht or in a lifeboat. – Swati. 29 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear Friends,Don’t deduce the overwrought friends because they might be trying to fit into your normal world, fighting their inner solitude! – Swati. 30 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear People,Cutting one’s self out doesn’t always mean being abandoned or being arrogant; sometimes one needs an occasional break to feel, admire and sort one’s self! – Swati. 31 08 20 - swati's Journal short story
Dear Dictionary,Due to your limitation to make us understand the other aspects of words like loneliness; we miss to interpret it as some random chance to grow confident, self-reliant and to bring peace! – Swati.

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Swati Joshi is an Indian writer who loves to write in English and Indian Languages like Gujarati. Read her Gujarati Poetry and Motivational articles at Swati's Journal.
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