Everyone can benefit from finding quiet moments to stop, be still, and rediscover the solace of their own company.  Through inner silence we can learn to encounter, to communicate and to love again.

It is only by coming to terms with your solitude that you can truly be free to relate with others from a place of inner groundedness.  

Loneliness and solitude can look very similar from the outside: they both share the quality of physical aloneness.  But the similarities end there.

To be quiet and solitary requires courage.  Getting in touch with your inner quiet is getting in touch with yourself; it’s an inexhaustible presence that can make you feel at home, anywhere, all the time.