“Dare to reach out your hand into the Darkness, to pull another hand into the Light.”
– Norman B. Rice
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This time of the year, indeed, this time of the world, we are each presented with the opportunity to recall ultimate truths. One of the most important is that in trying times, like the present, we are all well served by connecting with others in any ways we can. Might be a holiday card to good friends, might be a telephone call to distant loved ones, and among the very best is “Hi . . . my name is Al; what’s yours?” to a stranger. That is, to reach out, into the “darkness” and kindle or rekindle “a light.” Despite our many differences, we all yearn for, appreciate and are well-served by human connection. Do reach out, and do bring others into light and warmth. You’ll be so happy you did. And not just today, but tomorrow, the day after that, and going forward.
I am not certain why it is, but this quote came to us in recent weeks from no less than three different members of our “Blog Family.” One from Seattle, Washington, one from Austin, Texas, and one from Akron, Ohio. Perhaps to counteract Covid, there just might be something positive in the air.
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