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Luke Boyd May 17, 2010 English Comp II Silence of Running Silence of Running People are busy with the everyday hustle and bustle of the work world. No one has time to go out and spend time alone in nature. This culture teaches and preaches people to get ahead, work as much as you can, never be alone, and always please everyone else. People confuse solitude with loneliness and use the words interchangeably when in fact they are completely different. One is choosing to be alone in order to find something out about ones self or to relax. The other is harmful and needs help to be fixed. Solitude is something in which everyone needs to look into taking advantage of. When I go running I connect with nature and find solitude at the same time. Solitude connects you with nature, relieves the stress of the everyday chaos, and keeps you physically fit. Nature has beauty that you can not see from the window of a car. When people think of nature, they think of jungles and wilderness.
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ORGANIZATI 201 taught by Professor Pope during the Spring '11 term at Ashford University.

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