The Distance that Brings us Together

The COVID-19 pandemic has led us to practice keeping our physical distance from others in our society, our social circles, and in some cases even from our own families. It isn't easy, but it is our civic and moral duty. It also brings with it opportunities to demonstrate in creative, loving, ways that we are thinking of each other, that we care, and that we are still there for each other - at a distance.

People have sung happy birthday from the sidewalk to an elderly person while she was at a safe distance away at her front door. Groups of friends are having video calls to check in and catch up. Text, audio, and other messages through out the day let someone know that you're thinking of them. Send them often. Get in touch with your love and the creativity will flow. Take care of each other. Stay safe.

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