What has happened to us as a collective community? The people who were once so willing to stay connected and to sincerely care about how “we are doing” seem to have withdrawn.
I hear this from clients, and I am experiencing this in my own life. Some people will stay connected, but you can viscerally feel the “arms length” connection.
Have we become so exhausted and hardened through our global challenges that we have retreated, even from those we once stayed connected to daily?
Have we become so consumed with our own challenges that we can’t even make the time to send a simple text or to make time for a connection call? To ask another “how are you” and really listen to their answer?
Well, not this woman.
No matter what is going on in my life, I will always remain present and connected to those that I love and those whom I serve…always.
I know what it feels like to be discarded, and I will never cause another precious human being to feel that way.
We are all experiencing many similar challenges and adversity, and we become a closer community when we share and support our loved ones, and neighbors.
Love and connection is the antidote.
Love and blessings,