When you’re alone, it is super important to pay attention to your thoughts.
What am I thinking about? Why am I thinking only what could get worse? What if I expect good things as much as I anticipate bad ones? What else could this mean?
It turns out, what we end up doing in the world is largely a product of what we end up thinking in solitude.
In solitude, our attitude builds up. In lack of it, we’re just a product of succumbing someone else’s product of solitude. Last thing we’d signed up for.