As I'm writing for my new book, I'm getting some interesting e-mails.  As we look to connect in a lonely world, I'm amazed at the inner feelings people are willing to share.  This e-mail came from a Journey Follower, and I thought it was VERY interesting in light of my recent Alone post.  Very Meaningful. 

I do know how that he feels. I was like that too, back in high school. I got my own circle of friends. But I never felt like I was with them at all. Even though they surrounded me, I felt alone. And thus, my blogging life began where I felt like I was wanted, needed and cared for thanks to my readers and their comments. But then I got away with it. I didn't know how. Most probably because I was exposed to the university life and we were all so open about anything that admitting you're lonely doesn't really matter is not a really big deal. because it turns out, I wasn't the only one who felt like that. 🙂 I wasn't alone. I really love this post of yours, and maybe will continue reading your future posts. I'm actually a Catholic who became an Atheist and is now on her way to being a Christian. I started attending College Fellowship and the Church not so long ago. 🙂

If you have a story of feeling alone, please feel free to share.  I'd love this place to be a place where you felt like you could begin the process of connection. 

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