Who are we? Are we just footprints in the sand, washed away by the waves of time? As humans sometimes it is necessary to be alone with only our through for company. Solitude does not necessarily entail feelings of loneliness, and in fact may, for those who choose it with deliberate intent, be one's sole source of genuine pleasure.

Some moments I spend walking on the beach or I will sneak time at the graveside, and sometimes I preferred silence and found immense pleasure just being alone with my thoughts.

Like a very famous man once said 'I have a dream' but mine is very simple, I want a place that is open to the public with the purpose of giving families that time to themselves, not a graveyard, where death is all around, or a park with the focus on family fun and leisure, but more a place of solitude, the isolation from people allows for a more complete connection to the external world, and in the absence of human interaction the natural world itself takes on the role of the companion.

You don't die from a broken heart, you only wish you did