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How connected do you feel to other people and the world around you?

It’s a human need to belong; to have close one-to-one relationships with others and to belong to social groups. As Peter White writes in his article on p42, “Beyond human contact, however, is a more intrinsic need: to feel a connectedness that nourishes and sustains us beyond our

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