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The Great Belonging Book Review

Lost Lakes on a snowy day.

GUEST POST FOR THE PRESBYTERIAN OUTLOOK

Posted on February 9, 2022 by Jenn Zatopek

The pandemic ushered in a new way of living, highlighting our need to connect as we work, worship and gather together on screens. Even with the relaxation of social distancing restrictions, loneliness beckons. Writer and spiritual director Charlotte Donlon has written a timely response for such a time as this in her new book The Great Belonging. Part spiritual memoir and part guide, Donlon approaches loneliness as a helpful messenger rather than something to be feared, denied or ashamed of. Donlon’s insightful essays weave back and forth in time, centering on the power of loneliness to help us remember our belonging to ourselves, each other, art, place and God.

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Image of Lost Lakes, Wichita Mountains, Oklahoma by Jenn Zatopek

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