Thursday, October 06, 2011

I made this a little while ago. It might make more sense in the context with the original post, Out of love.

6 comments:

Wouter said...

Wow, exactly how I feel. Even though I deny some of it, even to myself, this is my situation...

Matt said...

I know it's a worn-out cliche but, honestly, it's when you stop looking for someone else and become comfortable with yourself that you open yourself up to real love. Now, if only working on oneself wasn't so hard... Great strip.

Jason Bradshaw said...

Matt - Yeah, that's basically what I'm trying to do right now. Just taking the time to be comfortable being alone and finding things to make me happy without distracting myself with anyone but my own affections.

It's tough work, but I'm actually finding a lot to be appreciative of right now.

Love love <3

mogg said...

It's pretty strange how unnatural and terrifying the prospect of being alone can be, considering it's our natural state.

Rick Raab-Faber said...

Totally me...
The older I get (I'm 53), the more afraid of growing old alone I get. paradoxically, the older I get, the more I enjoy my alone time.

Rick Raab-Faber said...

Of course,, as a writer and artist myself, I find that some of my my best work comes in that state of mind following a breakup... well, the most commercial anyway.