Empathy is the oxygen we’re all reaching for these days.
We’re all in this together so let’s take care of one another—in both good times and difficult ones. Our health quietly demands it, our communities need it, our spirits crave it, and our souls long to be seen and heard over the roar of our minds. Courage in practice is not always knowing what to say or ask or do…and still choosing to show up anyway.
Let’s commit to showing up more, friends. Let’s commit to souls rather than screens.
Empathy appears finite these days. From culture and faith wars, economic strife in tension with economic wealth, and one ‘ism’ pushed up against another ‘ism,’ the atmosphere of compassion and empathy can feel thin when the days feel long, the truth feels on trial, and we’re all just trying to survive and take care of ourselves...