“Advent begins in the dark…” Fleming Rutledge writes. Many people imagine “solitude” as a dim place — of loneliness, abandonment, or shame. Loneliness and solitude, however, are not the same. Loneliness is not chosen. Solitude, in the spiritual sense, means choosing time alone with yourself and with God.
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