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The comfort while being with strangers

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There is some comfort while being with strangers. Have you experienced that?

You don’t have to open your inner self in front of them. So no worries on your hidden thoughts being stolen.

There is no obligations, no love. Only thing you need to ensure is to keep a safe distance. 😉

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Author: Akhila

I am flying across the space between words and whipping up whimsical waves of notion to discern the quantum code of my soul.

97 thoughts on “The comfort while being with strangers

  1. I wanted to write a similar post 😉

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  2. Yes, I often have felt this. You can be carefree with strangers (albeit keeping the said distance) because you can absolutely be on your own without any pretension…

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  4. This is so true.And the reason we don’t care what the stranger will think about us.

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  5. I know this is blissful but with me problem is every steanger if I talk with more than half an hour almost ends in a new found friend and then we can’t renain stranger! How strange! 😍

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  6. That’s why I make more online friends. 😂😍

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  7. Hmm..good question..thumbs up ..but miles to go before i reach that state

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  8. I have always felt more comfortable reading my poetry to complete strangers – friends and family know me too well. 😊

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  9. this is so well noticed by you 😀 I agree with u

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  10. I chatter away with strangers. Few being the best conversations 🙂 I am here just writing in about the solitude, solo travel and I see this. For a moment, I thought you had written for same 😀 Cheers!

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  11. I can always tell how authentic or fake someone is by the way they act in front of strangers. If they are truly authentic, they will act the same way to strangers as they do to people they know. If they are an inauthentic self or fake like most of the world, they will put an act on in front of strangers. Being comfortable in front of strangers tells me you are authentic. 😊

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  12. Very true…and one speak their heart out without any fear…safe distance and awareness is must while handling strangers😊

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  13. Have always had the best conversations with strangers 🙂 I totally get it

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  14. I don’t normally feel great with strangers. But i see what you mean ☺

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  15. I love it. It’s beautiful. It’s very true.

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  16. I experienced many times, when I was travelling.

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  17. That’s absolutely true.. We dont have to care what the other person will think Bcz we aren’t even if we’ll meet again..

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  18. True true true…. Also, amazingly, you can be yourself with them coz you don’t have the fear of losing them.

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  19. I have experienced it mostly when a travel 😊

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  20. Great and true Akhila but even why keep safe distance no one in this world is bad it is our perception so it is k to talk to a stranger if he or she approaches and simply move on. Loved what u said that u can open up to them cause what will they want from us. 👍👍👍👍👍👍

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  21. Correct. No obligations..

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  22. Well said! This is what I love about solo escapades. ! I’ll be me, I don’t have to worry about what they might think.. and there’s is someone looking to the screen while I’m typing this down sitting in a train . 😂

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