Acceptance | Anger | Belonging | Church | Conflict | Faith | Loneliness | Strangers

If you’ve ever been the stranger, or the new kid on the block, then you know that it’s frightening and unpleasant. And we don’t like frightening and unpleasant. Who does? It ties our stomachs into knots and gives us nightmares. It unsettles our lives. Jim Morrison and the Doors, a rock group from the sixties wrote a song with a haunting melody and lyrics entitled “People Are Strange”. The song talks about being the stranger. It’s words go: “People are strange when you’re a stranger, faces look ugly when you’re alone. Women seem wicked when you’re unwanted. Streets are uneven when you are down. When you’re strange, faces come out of the rain, when you’re strange.…

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