quoted from a conversation, j said:
I say generally. Not specifically refer to this Saturday. Pain and anguish is very individual. Others can listen, but hardly really share.
Whether physical, mental, spiritual pain, they are all individual. This is why I think the most threatening force of pain/anguish is not so much pain itself as the loneliness it renders. This is my theory. Loneliness aches deeply and existentially.
That is why I think Incarnation is so important and central to Christian faith and to humankind. Incarnation entails true fellowship and genuine community that would give us power to counter loneliness.
Genuine fellowship and community life rescue us from the mud of hatred and self-pity, and enable us to see a wider life, higher horizon, and greater need.
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