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Solitude is Golden

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Photos by Gale E, taken at the Downtown Aquarium in Houston, USA

“A man can be himself only so long as he is alone, and if he does not love solitude, he will not love freedom, for it is only when he is alone that he is really free.”
~ Arthur Schopenhauer

“The writing gets done away from the keyboard and away from the studio in my head, in solitude. And then I come in and hopefully have something, then I wrestle with sounds and picture all day long. But the ideas usually come from a more obscure place, like a conversation with a director, a still somebody shows you, or whatever. “
~ Hans Zimmer

 

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Author: galeweithers

Barbadian mother of teenager; lover of loud laughter amidst tears; happy to follow God's lead while writing a word or two (and winning national awards) to make a difference in the lives of others.

3 thoughts on “Solitude is Golden

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  2. Is this in a zoo, Gale? If so, it’s the most interesting tiger area I’ve ever seen!! 🙂 What a magnificent cat! I like the quotes as well.

    janet

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    • Hi Janet! I updated the post to include that this amazing tiger can be seen at the Downtown Aquarium in Houston. I also recorded a video; will see if I can upload it here but thanks for visiting and commenting; love the love 🙂

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