so crowded so lonely

so crowded so lonely

You know if you aren’t here now you certainly have been. For one thing, it is normal to experience periods of alienation even when surrounded by loved ones. But if it’s chronic, it’s time to start asking some important questions.

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4 Responses

  1. andrew says:

    Find a small group within the church or your local house church or find some Christians who you can relate your life questions with…your picture was a church right? We are among you. Waiting, looking, and many
    of us not judging.

  2. Petra says:

    I’ve been there, wrote this

    In a place of a million people,
    I am standing on my own,
    wondering how I got here
    and how to get back home.

    Hope has become my greatest fear
    Love my greatest loss
    The minutes tick too slowly
    waiting for my final cross

  3. nakedpastor says:

    thanks petra. i like it very much. articulates my frequent feeling.

  4. Shannon R. says:

    I like it too, Petra.

    I hate how we can be around so many people and have so many good things in our lives, but feel lonely for one particular type of companionship. I love my husband and our guy friends, but I miss having girl friends (my age, 30s) who I could hang out with…everyone else either has babies, is very interested in babies or has given me a lot of hurt in the past and doesn’t seem that interested in the present. Is anyone else in a similar boat? Or have been?