"One who has isolated himself seeks his own desires; he rejects all sound judgment." (Proverbs 18:1)
Isolation is not natural.
Let's take a closer look why.
We were not created to live in isolation. This very fact can be observed by the fact that we have “five distinct senses” to communicate and relate to other creators and environments. We were given the ability to touch to feel and eyes to see. We have a mouth to taste, ears to hear, a nose to smell. All of those senses are made to relate to something or someone else.
If we were created to be in isolation, why must we be carried around for 9 months by our mothers? Why does it require two people to relate and communicate sexually to create another human being?
If God had intended for us to be in isolation, then we would be born and structured to live in such a way. “For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are seen, being understood by the things that are made…” (Romans 1:20).
Let's take Creation for example:
When I look at a tree, notice that it bears fruit to eat, but why?
Does a tree give fruit, not for someone else to eat? Does a tree bear fruit to eat for itself? Just by those implications, a tree is made to relate somehow to its environment as a source of food and shelter for someone else. Trees even give us oxygen to breathe, and so in some way, everything is created in a fashion to serve one another. The only lonely trees I see, are dead trees, and even they find a purpose to be cut down and used to fuel the fire to keep others warm. So the tree was not made for itself, or to live by itself.
Let's look at the Church for example:
We are created to relate and emote to one another, and never live in isolation. The apostle Paul explains this to the community of Christians in Corinth by comparing them to a human body, and the individual believers as parts of a human body. He says “But in fact, God has arranged the parts in the body, every one of them, just as he wanted them to be. If they were all one part, where would the body be? As it is, there are many parts, but one body” (1 Corinthians 12:18-20).
"Some Christians try to go to heaven alone, in solitude. But believers are not compared to bears or lions or other animals that wander alone. Those who belong to Christ are sheep in this respect, that they love to get together. Sheep go in flocks, and so do God’s people." - Charles Spurgeon
Even by the way that we learn knowledge and information, notice that it requires you to learn, relate, and communicate with another. "One who has isolated himself seeks his own desires; he rejects all sound judgment" (Proverbs 18:1). If we were created to be in isolation, then we would receive information through and by a concept of isolation, but we were not designed in such a manner because nothing in the universe operates that way.
Let's look at the Creator by example:
Even when God created the Universe, he did not do it by himself or in Isolation, but rather Jesus was the witness and person through whom God created the Heavens and the earth. The writer of Hebrews says “In these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir of all things, and through whom also he made the universe (Hebrews 1:2). We see that the Spirit of God was actively present and working as the Universe was being spoken into existence (Genesis 1:3). So even from the beginning, we see that everything was created through relationship to one another. God did not create us to live in our world unto ourselves, or by ourselves. But God created us to live in a world with the rest of God’s creation because God is a God of relationship. "Two people are better off than one, for they can help each other succeed. If one person falls, the other can reach out and help. But someone who falls alone is in real trouble" (Ecclesiastes 4:9-10).
Don't Isolate yourself, you weren't created to live alone and do life by yourself.