Transformation Magazine|May 2020
Quarantined in our homes, unable to gather in restaurants, coffee shops, social settings—places where we used to meet up with friends and family—we may be feeling a little isolated and disconnected. With restricted or no real face time, we might ask ourselves, “How can we stay connected while being physically apart? Who and what is most important in our lives? How are we experiencing this time of uncertainty?”
Conversations and connections may be increasingly valued when they’re not as readily available. How can we reach out in new ways to let those whom we care about know how precious they are to us? Realizing that we are all in this together, how can we expand our definition of community to be more accepting and inclusive?
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