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Cease to fear your solitude for solitude unleashes the creativity whithin

Cease to fear your solitude for  solitude unleashes the creativity whithin Cease to fear your solitude for  solitude unleashes the creativity whithin
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When you cease to fear your solitude, a new creativity awakens in you. Your forgotten or neglected wealth begins to reveal itself. You come home to yourself and learn to rest within. Thoughts are our inner senses. Infused with silence and solitude, they bring out the mystery of inner landscape.

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