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Elie Wiesel on How Our Questions Unite Us

Elie Wiesel on How Our Questions Unite Us

Aug 21, 2017-- What do leadership and loneliness have in common? What is the difference between solitude and isolation? How might we live through to the other side the intense feelings of being alone that can come upon us? Maria Popova explores these rich and subtle questions in this Brain Pickings article. She delves into a rare essay, "The Loneliness of Leadership" written by holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel. (4656 reads)

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Take ActionReflect on the difference between solitude and isolation. Reach out today, to someone who may be isolated. It could be someone you know or the next stranger you see. Make a connection; with a phone call, a hug, a smile, or simply a look in the eyes.

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