A Christian Science Perspective
from The Christian Science Monitor
A woman shares how the dark clouds of loneliness lifted as she opened her heart to God’s love
Loneliness has become so widespread in the United Kingdom that a “minister of loneliness” has been appointed with the hope of resolving what is being called a health epidemic caused by social isolation.
At one time or another, no matter where we’re from, most of us have probably experienced some degree of feeling lonely and without sympathetic support.
Being connected with others – a normal desire of the heart – is widely considered to be a fundamental human need. In my case, I found there was a deeper, spiritual need underlying this human need. Read more on csmonitor.com.
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