ANSWERS: 53
  • No. There are, however, times that I wish I was.
  • Every time I go to the beach just before sunrise. It makes me feel pretty small too. Hey! I'm going to the beach! :-)
  • No, but there are times that I wish I were! There are well over 12 Billion people on the planet, so it's hard to feel alone, but easy to be misunderstood. Our own galaxy alone has possibly well over 10,000 civilizations capable of contacting and communicating with us, and as many galaxy's and star systems as there are in this universe I do not feel that we are alone at all, there are just to many UFO sightings that suggest that we are not alone at all in this universe.
  • yes i feel all alone in the universe, all though i dont know why, because of my kids and all. but i feel that way all the time.
  • No I don't feel physically alone in this universe but, sometimes I feel emotionally isolated.
  • NO :) thats me
  • yes. i sometimes feel deserted and uncared about. ignored and forgotten.
  • yes. i sometimes feel deserted and uncared about. ignored and forgotten.
  • yes. i sometimes feel deserted and uncared about. ignored and forgotten.
  • I don't feel all alone in the universe. I know that I have people that love me, and thats all I need.
  • The vast majority of the time. I didn't used to, but things change, and I do my best to roll with them. So on the downside, feeling so isolated is more than a bit depressing; but on the upside, at least it's quiet and gives me a lot of time to read.
  • Even with people that love me around I still feel alone. I think it has more to do with not loving myself than anything else. Even right now I feel so alone that my heart is going to crumble.
  • Actually, I most often feel quite the opposite. The Universe is so big and vast and full of stuff ([Sagan voice on] "...billions and billions of stars in billions and billions of galaxies..." [Sagan voice off]) that rather than being alone, I am completely surrounded by beings and things and phenomena. Sometimes, I find it amazing that I'm a part of it and that I get the privilege of observing and attempting to comprehend it. Other times, it does tend to make me feel insignificant (resulting in an emotional state similar to feeling 'alone in the universe'). Thankfully, I am easily distracted by Reality so I tend to go back into my "Wow, the Universe is cool" mode by default. My best wishes to those that feel alone. I hope you find the connections in your life that you seek.
  • I have felt that way at times, but, I think most people probably have felt that way at some point in their lives.
  • Quite often especially just lately!Its odd how you can have all your family around you but still feel alone!
  • It's wierd, I have my close circle of friends, and my loving foster-family all around me, yet I'm alone all to often... I personally don't understand it myself, but it is the way it is, and there's nothing to do about it. But I hope it will pass us by, even though I don't know you, I hate hearing others' pain, not that it isn't good to talk about, I just wish that it could just leave, if only for a little while
  • Alone but never lonely.
  • Sometimes - but I enjoy being alone. I also enjoy people. Are you finding it difficult to meet people? If so, I am sure that is a very sad feeling.
  • Yes, but I am used to my own company.
  • no lol everybody in my family is ehere.
  • Yes, but I've gotten pretty used to it. And on the upside, at least it's nice and quiet.
  • Yes i do. I think everyone feels that way sometimes.
  • I have ALWAYS stated that(my own quote) "We are born into a mystery and are destined to be history". That sums it up for now until some actual facts come in. Religion,philosophy,spirituality are all theories designed to provide hope...and a way to escape the responsibility of living with a lnowlegde that one day we will all cease to exist. Yes, nothing would bring greater comfort to me than real evidence indicating an afterlife. But so far, nothing. This thinking pisses off the very religious and spiritual beings...but it's just my opinion. The IRONY in MY philosophy is that science (which is supposed to refute the existance of god) has actually brought me closer to believing in a god or higher being. NOT an EARTHLY GOD as described in the bible but a god that can be seen by our OWN nature.Oh yeah...I call god..NATURE...or a WILL of all that is. I mean ALL...as in the great vastness of the multiverse...and NOT just for the Earth. To me...nature is a force perhaps..for ALL life everywhere. Don't aliens have the right to a god as well? To put this in terms you can relate to is this...my simple equation.... God = Nature = the programmer of life.
  • It's not a feeling..It's a fact.
  • Not alone, but sometimes lonely.
  • Yes alot of times.
  • We're all alone in this world, ultimately. We also have lots of company. These two live side-by-side, and you should make peace with both of them. Everyone faces death alone. We all have to make crucial choices in our lives, and those choices fall on our shoulders alone, we can't look to others to make them for us. And we're all solely responsible for the enormous challenge of answering the question "who am I?". On the other hand, life is an intricate network in which you are woven in seamlessly with others. Nobody is an island, nobody is separate from the whole, nobody is able to escape their relationship with humanity and life. When you can see both of those perspectives at the same time, the problem of loneliness disappears.
  • we are never truly alone...look at the beauty of the universe
  • everyday! I wander what the hell im doing here, and why everyone else is here too!
  • Yes, I have my husband and kids but family - I see my mom once in awhile, dad not in ages, only sister lives states away with my neice and nephew, no long-term friends I've known forever and have lasting memories with to share, and meeting people is like - everyone already seems to have their solid "groups".
  • yes I think everyone feels that way. And I was reading in this book about Haiku's that the pathos of all things is a constant of the human condition, its part of being human.
  • Yes- I have been single for such a long time and I live on my own. I don't have many friends in the real world because I'm so kind hearted a lot of people take advantage of me.
  • You mean like this? I did for a long time. Now, I know better. .
  • Almost every day of my life -- when I see that everyone around me has a special someone but me. I try not to let it get me down, but sometimes it does.
  • I am all alone in this world.
  • All through my teen years, I felt like the loneliest person on earth. Even when I was with a group of people, I felt left out and not part of the "crowd". I didn't think the same way they did, I didn't like the things they liked, and I felt very sad.
  • Only when I am by myself.
  • It is not a stupid question at all. People feels lonely between time to time but I am sure it won't last. I am sure you will find someone to turn to very soon.
  • there are very few times that I don't feel all alone or should I say lonely and there is a difference. Even if I am in a room of 10 million people I am all alone. It seems like there is nobody to trust and depend on anymore..they all seem to be "convienant" friends..only here for what they can get out of it and when I need them, they don't know who I am. It's not a stupid question. There r a lot of people on AB who know exactly what we feel.. TRUST ME on that. you r not the first one to ask this and u won't be the last.
  • Yea, your're just a nut, sweetheart
  • Asked and answered - http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/642391 And yes... EVERYONE does at times. BUT, there's almost ALWAYS someone... ;-)
  • Everybody feels this way from time to time.
  • most of e time yeah especially lately
  • yes i do especially now...most of the time actually
  • only when i was in the pb
  • No, never feel alone or lonely even when I am alone.
  • I feel alone often, yes. and it's very hard sometimes.
  • Yes, I felt lonely for many years. It wasn't until about 2 years ago I started having actual friends. And from January until early May this year, I had no one. I know what you are going through and feel for you.
  • Yes I do sometimes. +5
  • No. I think it would be fun to try for a while though.
  • I've often felt that way but thanks to music and a few very good friends,I have found ways to battle that loneliness.
  • Regardless of how much we talk to or are connected with other people we are alone in our minds.

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