aloneness


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the quality or state of being alone

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However, aloneness is not synonymous with loneliness.
But I'm here because of "Stepping Westward," Levertov's two-line stanzas down the page like a ladder I clung to from that shockingly high aloneness, my first adventure.
Paert's contribution is astute in the contrast her essay draws between the Hesychast theology of inner solitude and aloneness with the general emphasis on Orthodoxy's spiritual collectivism.
These reflections in solitude are not mere texts of aloneness, and, even though personal, the poems never parade the egocentric details of some "confessional" poets.
The variation in the narratives supports the recurrent themes noted by LeCroy and Holschuh that are common to individuals experiencing mental health issues: confusion, pain, aloneness and isolation, vulnerability, strength and courage, and stigmatization, to name a few.
While a person may continue to function fairly normally, "ravaging aloneness, loneliness, and panic often accompanies a soul loss," Kolker says.
With Kowalski gone, Houston silent and no astronauts on ISS, Stone's aloneness here achieves unimaginable and literal expression.
He has had poetry published in journals and online, with much of his subject matter dealing with the quotidian aspect of everyday life such as aloneness, satire, aging, self-reflection, and dogs (not necessarily in that order).
At the end of her hike, replenished by the wild, becalmed by her aloneness, fortified by her reading, Strayed learns to bear the unbearable.
How might aloneness differ from loneliness, which can be experienced even in the company of others, for example in the peopled urban landscape experienced by relocated rural dwellers?
I enjoyed a few rare moments of aloneness after many civilized sit-downs with her, so one couldn't begrudge her moving on.
But she is overtaken increasingly by tiredness and has to go into hospital for her heart to be mended whilst Bill feels his aloneness deeply.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoy-an's chief foreign policy adviser, Ibrahim Kalin, recently tweeted that this isolation is a "precious aloneness," a result of Turkey's moral stance.
This vignette touches on Wolfe's major literary themes of aloneness and loneliness and relates, in part, to an earlier scene in Of Time and the River when Eugene encounters Starwick, a character based on Wolfe's Harvard friend Kenneth Raisbeck.
But the Old Man never lost his dignity, and when the rains shut me off from the world outside, I lingered with the Old Man in creative aloneness.