Ask : but my heart is completely empty — loneliness.
Answer : Actually it’s not empty, you are not alone — loneliness, there is a sense there, a feeling of emptiness. There is a more subtle feeling, replacing an emptiness, which is a feeling of calm. It’s just that we’re not getting used to be alone — lonely. Our heart gets used to tumultuous in everyday life, then you tried to rebelle to fill your emptiness.
Answer : Disappointment occurs because of this tranquility (looks like “loneliness”) being covered by the thought of profit/loss. If we can keep our heart long enough with the sensation of this tranquility (loneliness — loss — empty), then we will get used to it and realize that our heart is not really “lonely” — not empty, but calm, peacefulness.
Fear is a universal experience. It is not a dreadful thing to feel fear when faced with the unknown. It's part of being alive.
We should become intimate with fear instead of treating it as a problem to be solved. Out of that arises strength.
Being lonely can mean not feeling part of the world despite having a great deal of social contact with others, or being in a relationship.
Loneliness can have a significant impact on your mental health and your emotional and physical well-being. It can be a contributing factor in anxiety, depression and can lead to prolonged isolation.
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