Deserts are beautiful with their curving sensual sands, expansive skies and vibrant colors. They are also deadly with unforgiving heat, little water and blasting wind. The desert can be an apt analogy when discussing the subject of life and loneliness. Loneliness can be destructive but also instructive for our lives. How do we experience it and how have we dealt with it in humorous and positive ways? This is what my new blog project project, Lonely Mythos, is all about. We've asked people to share their experiences with loneliness. You can read people's responses to the questions about loneliness, comment and participate yourself. To learn more, you can go to the blog by clicking here. Perhaps it's time to reflect on what kind of desert we currently reside.