Some people say that everyone is lonely.
Is it true?
Those also say that they seek others because they are lonely, but that means “I need someone to fill my loneliness,” which is completely different meaning from “I love someone as a person.”
It’s not that we’re half human beings and that we can’t complete as one person unless we find the other half. We’re not like 1/2+1/2=1.
Each of us is perfect inherently, and that’s why we can touch the invisible depth of love more deeply through loving oneself or others and grow up spiritually. Actually, we are not even 1+1=2, but can become 100, or even more.
We don’t even have to be a kind of a couple to realize the depth of the true love. Whether it’s a couple or not, neither the sex nor the race nor the country where we’re born or raised has nothing to do with it entirely.
First of all, we have to stop seeking someone to fill our own needs and keep asking ourselves where the loneliness comes from, not to think, but to observe as we are.
And we also have to stop self-deception gradually in order to taste the real sense of the oneness, not verbally, and to realize profoundly that loneliness is nothing more than an illusion in mind.
Have you ever transcended “I” or “Me” and found the SELF yet who has nothing to do with loneliness in the mind?
If you have not, or it’s unstable, or whoever, keep searching to the innermost, and keep observing yourself carefully.
Because it’s infinite as our true nature is inherently freedom.
Find out if there’s really a blank inside you or if your true self is really lonely. Find out if what you strictly believe is true by yourself.
We’re Tyltyl and Mytyl from “The Blue Bird” of Maurice Maeterlinck.
We all have to find the blue bird in the innermost by our own selves. In this sense, all of us are the same travelers on the spiritual journey…🙏✨💗
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