The Loneliest Generation


Aging Alone

An article in this week’s "Wall Street Journal” made me think.

We need to connect in many, many more meaningful ways than just a passing "hi" in the hallway on the way to coffee and class.

We need people who can hold us when we cannot hold ourselves.

Hold us. Enfold us. Mold us. Sometimes even scold us with a loving twinkle in their eyes.

Otherwise it's just cold us...

…in a sometimes lonely world.