Flow - Chapter 8, Enjoying Solitude and Other People Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 8, Enjoying Solitude and Other People Summary and Analysis

There is a vast difference in the way people interpret solitude and relationships. Solitude is a great thing when one wants to solve a problem or master a creation. It can give one the opportunity to release stress, refocus or simply relax. It can, however, be an intimidating thing if one is forced into solitude. It may also cause undue stress or anxiety for those who do not like to be alone for whatever reason.

There are cultures where solitude is sought. Meditation is a very large part of some cultures and is typically not a group activity. Monks, for example, may spend years in solitude to meditate, reflect and pray. There are others who choose to live in areas so remote that people are a scarce commodity. For those people...

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