If we are honest with ourselves, we would know that there are times when we don’t want guests around (or to be around any other people); those are the times when we yearn for no other company but our own.
Some people may not understand the fact that we all need our “Alone Time,” at times.
I believe that human beings need that “Alone Time” to meditate; to get in touch with themselves and reboot — a process that helps us to acquire a new perspective on life.
One can admit that a lot of good things happen in solitude. Solutions to problems that a person was having, comes out of the figurative woodwork. People’s energies are also renewed; they feel revitalised.
A part of me also believes that “Alone Time” is hardwired into our brains for the purpose of keeping us sane, happy and refreshed; so we would be in a much better position to handle whatever life sends our way.