‘But for [those] who have been fractured in spirit, it must be said that there is a medicine to be retrieved from exile. That medicine, the treasure lost and recovered, is one that might otherwise never be known.
If you can stand fully in your own unbelonging and become friendly with the terrors of loneliness and exclusion, you can no longer be governed by your avoidance of them.
In other words, you are on your way home’
Toko-pa Turner in Belonging: Remembering Ourselves Home