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Soulful Fellowship

Men, Meaning and Purpose
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February, 2018
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This book provides a path for those who are searching for deeper meaning and more purpose in their lives. The authors dive into their life experiences and share their own storylines as they help us reach a better understanding of ourselves. By recalling their dreams and important life-changing events, Roq and Dave manage to outline why men often develop destructive habits and offer the solution of Soulful Fellowship as a way to bring us out of our isolation.

This book is an honest conversation between two men about their lives, friendship and men’s group. It provides an honest but incomplete roadmap for men (and the women who love them), to help them navigate through barriers to an authentic life of meaning and purpose. 

Betrayed by our own ignorance and good intentions, we live in a time of desperation and undigested grief. Facing the truths that threaten us and our world can start to erode the trust we have in ourselves. This promotes a narrowing view and charged isolation than can have us quickly reaching for substance or diversion in attempts to dull pain and replace absence of connection. 

As men, this makes us careful and suspicious – especially of each other and the people we are in relationship with. The striving for invulnerable, solitary competence produces patterns of isolation, compulsive behaviour, unsustainable action and feelings of entitlement. Entitlement is an indulgence that becomes a necessity to anyone who has harboured its insatiable grasp for too long. It is born out of the false belief that we have to do everything on our own and that others won’t help us when we need assistance. Everybody is lonely, and we’ve forgotten how much we need each other to squeeze meaning out of complexity and breakthrough the patterns that prevent us from growing up. Times like these call for Soulful Fellowship.

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