One COVID-19 experience I’ve had is to discover the need to engage in conversation with others. I went for a neighborhood walk and I met a friend. We began talking and the next thing I knew, 15 minutes passed by. Yes, we kept social distance while we talked. I was grateful for my friend because I could communicate with another human being. I was grateful I could listen to my friend because I recognized my friend’s need to communicate. A COVID-19 lesson for me, listening and being present to another is a really big deal. Have you had a similar experience?
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