belonging

In the last two weeks alone we have experienced enormous and intense demands on our attention that have called for us to
And that gets to the second key: recognition of reciprocity. Connectedness is a two-way street. When we extend a hand to
Provide Purpose: As I wrote in my last piece, older men are often particularly vulnerable to isolation. In addition to the
By Jenara Nerenberg SJ: Sure, I think small groups of people can function that way--communes in the 60's and 70's, for example
I’m going to let you in on a secret.
It sounds like a cliché, but many people ask themselves this question: "Where do I belong?" And when I say that, I don't
The greatest of human contentment is found not in the world around us but within ourselves - in a deep self-peace that is reflected within the beauty of truly knowing that we are enough just as we are. Knowing that we truly belong. Knowing that it is the very uniqueness of our journey that gives meaning to every breath we are given.
One fear many of my clients face is the fear of being different. It might sound schoolgirl-ish, but it's something many of us carry around, even as adults. (I do, too!)
One moment in each and everyone's lives... We have all experienced what it is like to be shunned, humiliated, lonely, not fitting in, an outcast or a pariah...