Solitude sometimes become inseparable part of life.

By Jari Chevalier Henry James once told the journalist Morton Fullerton that the “essential loneliness” of his life constituted his “deepest” aspect. If you are a creative artist, everything you do and experience is invested into vision, meaning, and insight. Successful creation is a distillation of many hours of time alone just sponging things in … Continue reading Solitude and Solidarity: Creative Artists Need ’Em Both

via Solitude and Solidarity: Creative Artists Need ’Em Both — BREVITY’s Nonfiction Blog

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