Interview, Alexandra Fuller

“Only when you’re truly made aware of your essential aloneness on the planet will you have the courage to do the work you were sent to do.” Alexandra Fuller

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10 Comments

  1. …But in my mind there’s nothing so wasteful and violent than an infidelity to self.” This summed it all. Thanks for sharing this Lynne 🙂

  2. Thanks for reblogging, Lynne. Much appreciated. 🙂

    1. My pleasure. Thank you for sharing it.

  3. Agree with Marie above. And a true love being a triangle between a couple and a larger element like the land.

    1. True. The larger element in the triangle makes for a much stronger bond. Thank you so much for stopping by and commenting.

  4. Makes me remember I need to read her other books. Read “Don’t Let’s…” and it was fabulous.

  5. Glad to hear that. I almost checked it out, but I already had an arm full of books. I’ll get it on the next trip for sure.

  6. I like when she refers to being made aware of our own aloneness. Even in the midst of those that I love or adore, I’m still aware that there are tasks I must do in life which no one else can. I now painfully aware of my course, since I am now all alone.

    1. I consider it a blessing to be able to find our purpose, especially in our “aloneness.” We’re all created for a purpose–something that you can do that no one else can duplicate. Sometimes it takes our “aloneness” to find that purpose.

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