Whenever I do my groups, read your comments, or connect with other people, I know that no one is alone.
Last night, I was alone when I went to the latest production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into the Woods in Boston, which includes the song “No One Is Alone.”
Even those of us who had come to the theatre alone last night knew that no one is alone when we heard Stephen Sondheim’s beautifully unifying music and lyrics. We also knew that no one is alone as we cheered and applauded together as one, after every single song throughout the performance.
I assume that I wasn’t alone last night when I cried, again, during “No One is Alone” — performed here by the original cast of Into the Woods (which I was not alone in completely adoring):
Do you see evidence that no one is alone in my images for today?
No one is alone if they love kittens or puppies, have near misses, realize they’re OK, or talk about the weather on World Meteorological Day.
No one is alone struggling to deal with the aftermath of the pandemic. Today, I’ll know that no one is alone when, for the first time in over three years, I attend a social workers meeting in-person at the hospital where I work.
Thanks to all those who help us realize that no one is alone, including YOU!
During my decades reviewing music for the Syracuse daily, Ann, I often attended concerts alone. Lo and behold, the performers so often unified those in the hall with their work!