To Our Readers

Was that popular song from the 1970s right? Is one the loneliest number?

That depends on your perspective. One person, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with scores of other commuters waiting to board a crowded train, may still feel lonely. By the same token, one person standing alone on a mountain ridge early in the morning, listening to the birds sing and watching the sunrise, may feel that he or she is a special guest, being given the best seat in the house for a display that only the creator of the universe could orchestrate. Being "alone" with God is as far from loneliness as anyone can be.

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