Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

For me, solitary means hanging on something meaningful to you, settlement, patience, and sufficiency, and even sometimes, worries.

Being in solitary could give you fun and joy with all you’ve already got, maybe it’s not the world, but it’s a piece of your personal paradise.

But it could also give you fear and paranoia. Mind plays trick when you’re in solitary too much and too long, it could give you the fear that the world is no longer good for you or vice versa.

Thus you need to reevaluate your personal values, and realize that you are sufficient to other people who could use your help and love. And even in solitary, you’re still part of the beauty of this world.

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2012/09/21/weekly-photo-challenge-solitary/

Walaupun fotonya nggak bagus, yang penting bagi saya ini jadi bahan update-an blog. Haha.

24 pemikiran pada “Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary

  1. Minds play trick. Yes, indeed. That’s why when we are in solitary, we should keep asking ourselves too about the goal that we are going to achieve.

    Cause if we fail in deciding the goal we try to pursue, somehow, your solitary will make you be in a bad situation.

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  11. This is TALK OF THE NATION. I’m Neal Conan in Washington. Over the past 25 years, the number and percentage of prisoners held in isolation has exploded at both state and federal penitentiaries. At a Senate subcommittee hearing this, Senator Richard Durbin argued that the dramatic expansion of the use of solitary confinement is a human rights issue we can’t ignore.

    • Hi. I’m sorry but I’m not aware of the issue you’re talking about since I don’t live in America or English-speaking country. I was only wondering if you’re spam or real comment. lol

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