What do you think of when you hear “solitude”? Do you welcome solitude, or do you avoid it? It feels easy to avoid right now, what with the proliferation of digital devices and the real (or perceived) need to be connected, all the time. In this issue of MennoExpressions, writers Meagan Johnson and Carolyn Martin share their thoughts on the ways solitude is present in their lives, and Michele West and Carolyn share photographs which visually represent their views of solitude.
In Sara Wenger Shenk’s recent sermon at FMC, she quoted Niels Bohr: “The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may well be another profound truth.” In this issue, FMCers and members from Shalom explore various truths which may – or may not – be conflicting. Which of the truths in this issue of MennoExpressions speaks the loudest to you?