This curriculum of daily texts and guiding questions asks you to consider: One can be alone and yet not lonely. Solitude may be a refuge or a rejection. How do we encounter the experience of being alone? Have these weeks of confinement been isolating or sources of companionship? Can solitude be an antidote to loneliness? How will the experience of confinement shape how you encounter others?
Join us on Friday, May 22 for a moderated, text-based dialogue on this curriculum.