Connecting With People Quotes

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“We are taught to believe that the ‘alienation’ that we experience sometimes, when we withdraw from everything or feel alone, is a craving for something sexual, material, or in the physical - and can be cured by popping a pill in most cases. When in Truth, it’s the circuitry within our souls and minds that is hinting to be connected - to real flowing energy - outside of our TVs and computer monitors. What many of us mistaken for depression is actually a need to be understood, or to see desires come to fruition. There is absolutely nothing abnormal about feeling disconnected. Your sensitivity only means you are more human than most. If you cry, you are alive. I’d be more worried if you didn’t.”
Suzy Kassem, Rise Up and Salute the Sun: The Writings of Suzy Kassem

A.B. Shepherd
“Sitting outside on a dark night, under the stars, invites confidences amongst people of all ages, and all walks of life. It invokes an intimacy you don’t find under most other circumstances.”
A.B. Shepherd, Lifeboat

Gina Greenlee
“When we establish human connections within the context of shared
experience we create community wherever we go.”
Gina Greenlee, Postcards and Pearls: Life Lessons from Solo Moments on the Road

Christiane Northrup
“We are all hungry for genuine connection and caring, and we will not get this unless we find our Soul's tribe.

If we don't find this, we'll kill ourselves, either by finding an addiction to mask the pain or by ignoring what we need to stay healthy.”
Christiane Northrup M.D., Making Life Easy: A Simple Guide to a Divinely Inspired Life

“I totally believe in my work and when I have something so good with me , I can't let it just sit with me. it shall dance,sing , fly and connect hearts ,so I write....”

Bernard Jan
“There is no greater joy than to share what you love with those who appreciate it.”
Bernard Jan

Eliza Maxwell
“Connections were what kept people tied to the world. Without connections, there was nothing left to stop them from simply floating away.

Somtehing as simple as a stranger on the other end of the line willing to listen. Or a crotchety old man who believed he knew best.

Eliza Maxwell, The Widow's Watcher

Judy Purcell
“As life is a breath, savoring is a held exhale, a placeholder for joy.”
Judy Purcell, Serve and Savor: Nourishing Health, Family Community