This chapter focuses on the new learning and knowledge that we feel has emerged from the contributors, shares our reflections on these and considers some of their implications for belonging, identity and gender. It explores some of the learning to emerge from a consideration of the three themes in the context of rurality. The chapter discusses two further issues: intersectionality and technology. It concludes with a brief discussion of the meanings given by contributors of living rurally with a disability, through the methodological engagement that brought to the fore disabled people's understandings of their own lives. An acquired disability is experienced as challenging the nature of one's internal pre-established identity and as a struggle to change the perceptions and attitudes of others and the physical environment in which a person lives. Religious values that shape the way disability is constituted in some countries are a powerful influence on the way people with disabilities are able to live their lives.