in solitude

See: alone, solitary
References in classic literature ?
One opens a favorite book;' `One's thoughts are a great comfort in solitude,' and so on.
In truth, the man who would behold aright the glory of God upon earth must in solitude behold that glory.
IT HAD been hard for him that spake it to have put more truth and untruth together in few words, than in that speech, Whatsoever is delighted in solitude, is either a wild beast or a god.
Before or after a defining moment-for example, the multiplication of the loaves and fish-he withdraws to be in solitude to pray and be one with his Father.
These are initially experienced in solitude and so on ad infinitum.
As the great Thomas Edison once said, "The best thinking has been done in solitude.
MICHAEL Jackson's father Joe is living in solitude in a gated community apartment.
It's not uncommon for a woman to find love in the autumn of her life, but when that woman is a Roman Catholic nun committed to living in solitude as a hermit, and the man is a Roman Catholic priest, their story becomes a rare spiritual memoir.
These secrets only visit the writer in solitude and isolation, provoking the writer's thirst, "sed": "Solitario de si y de los hombres y tambien de las cosas, pues solo en soledad se siente la sed de verdad que colma la vida humana" (37).
TWO months spent in solitude in the Sufi dargahs of Bijapur, the historical city of Karnataka, prompted photographer Pankaj Mistry to shoot a series titled Sound of Solitude .
For me, this means quiet and still activities that help me to be comfortable in solitude.
There is a groundswell of interest in solitude, silence, lectio divina, prayer walking and labyrinths, fixed-hour prayer, liturgy, Sabbath-keeping, and spiritual direction (see sidebar).