We know that some people are extroverts and some of us are introverts. This is not determined by how comfortable you are with others but from where you derive your motivating energy – within yourself or through shared experience. Confusion reigns when one needs to sequester himself occasionally; he can be labeled as “aloof” or impersonal. Others who don’t understand or provide one’s need for personal space will distance themselves from introverts. Because of this, the isolated man will have loneliness compounded. But the extrovert can experience loneliness even more readily when he is by himself. Pastor Paul will guide you to understand your energy sources and how to channel them in relating with others and how to surround yourself with important and meaningful people. Being alone with great, but sometimes we need to share being alone together.