I suppose everyone does eventually get out of their isolated, but as long as they are living, the cycle will just repeat itself over and over and over again. There is no true way to escape it; death is the only cure, but it doesn't necessarily mean it is the wisest choice there is. It is best for people to live just to see these brief moments of peace, when everything is at it's best, rather than ending one's life.
When I'm disconnected from everything else, the world's usually the last thing I'm connected to. I rock the solitude/seclusion deal, seeing as all my friends are thousands of miles away and all the fun side of my family has packed up for Georgia.
I do wish I could just take a romp around the park on a nice spring/fall day, though. Blast it all that my sense of direction is absolutely bollocks.
I don't really see what sense of direction has to do with going to the park xP Unless you mean, your "spiritual" sense of direction (i.e. what you want to do, who you are, etc.) is bad. In that case, I know what that's like :\ Sometimes I try to find the happiness in the long run, but it seems that I can only find greatness in day to day living.
By that means, I live out in the boondocks to where the park I speak of is perhaps 20-50 miles away. And seeing as I don't get out much living in the boondocks, my sense of how to navigate the state I live in is absolute shite.