We need peace. We need time within ourselves. As introverts, this moment of introspection is valuable. Yet how realistic is it to escape the day-to-day grind to achieve this quality time? The key is remembering that your haven is omnipotent. It is always with you, waiting to be utilized. The only limiter is your ability to summon it at will.
Do not be deceived by the tranquility of the introvert. During moments of silence or leisure, something powerful is happening: we are using our superpower.
We don't need words or interactions to feel connected. All we need is that beautiful balance...
Introverts observe and think. But we aren't always deep. Sometimes, our mind settles upon things that are pointless. And silly.
The rain may be disliked by most. But for introverts, it's freedom and relief.
There is too much information. Too much entertainment. Too many ways to fill voids in our day. When was the last time you allowed that void to just be?
Artists need time to observe, process, interpret, and then vent with a skill that also takes time to harness. All this requires solitude and focus. So it's no wonder the cliche image of a tormented artist is that of a typical introvert.