Searching for Solitude

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“How busy we can become… and as a result, how empty! We mouth words, but they mean nothing. We find ourselves trafficking in unlived truths.

How easy to fall prey to meaningless talk, cliché-ridden responses, and mindless activities! It was never meant to be that way; but, more often than not, that’s the way it is. To break the habit, solitude is required. The hard work of self-examination on a recurring basis is absolutely essential.”

~ Charles Swindoll – Intimacy with the Almighty

 

 

 

“Make your ear attentive to wisdom, incline your heart to understanding.”

Proverbs 2:2

 

 

 

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8 thoughts on “Searching for Solitude

    1. Wow – thank you for this… what an honor! I accepted this award a while ago, and have personally decided not to do awards multiple times… but I really do love your blog, and am so encouraged that you thought of me! Maybe I can think of another way to return the favor! Have a great afternoon!

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