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A broken hallelujah

The Very Rev Albert Bogle considers loneliness and isolation.


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I recently watched the children’s movie Shrek.

I found it poignantly moving – especially when dealing with the topics of loneliness, alienation and self worth. Perhaps we should not be surprised that so many young children and adults identify with characters like Shrek, Donkey and Princess Fiona, especially if recent research carried out by numerous government reports into the inner feelings of children in the UK, are, in fact, accurate.

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