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Internal conflict



In the midst of the silence I have grown to enjoy its tranquility. Lonely as it may seem, I do not feel it’s anguish and it also does not control me into a void of depression but to some, the lack of social need is considered to be alarming as within the normal grasp of society, I assume.
When identifying conflicts within the mind the first solution is to determine, which mind is the one with the internal conflict?
It conveys its conflicts with a delusional understanding of all things in which often the desires and efforts do not coincide with reality.
No one can subject me to a problem that does not exist in my own mind, therefore that is a problem they need to solve on their own.
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Written on November 29, 2021

Submitted by ToneisKing on January 18, 2022

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Antonio Soler

Antonio Soler was born on April 17, Born and raised in Brooklyn NY. Antonio graduated high school from Brooklyn Academy High School in 2005; he later enlisted into the United States Army. Since then he has been stationed in Germany 2006 - 2012 (Idar-Oberstein, Grafenwoerh, and Baumholder), Fort Carson, Colorado 2012 - 2018 & South Korea 2018 - 2020 (USAG-Yongsan & Camp Humphreys). Antonio currently serves as a US Army Recruiter in Hackensack, NJ since 2020. Antonio is recently divorced (2018) and father to a son, (Adrian, 13). Currently pursues a bachelors degree in Logistics and Transportation management from American Military University and his also interested in photography. on Instagram he host a page where all is photography is shared under @Toneisking_Portfolio. more…

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