Ways to be Alone
‘Alone, we live in our bodies as a question rather than a statement.’
-David Whyte, Consolations
Over the last couple of years, the question of how to be alone is one many of us have had to grapple with. There are many forms of aloneness and it can touch us all in a unique and individual way.
Join The Reader’s Erin Carlstrom for this friendly and relaxed session where we’ll read and discuss some of the best poetry and prose that expresses what being alone means to us.
This Zoom event is part of our series of ‘Ways to …’ sessions, opening up the conversations we don’t always know how to start.
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