Steadfast in Community While Safer at Home: Reflections on Social Distancing

We are, as you’ve likely heard, in an unprecedented situation for our generation. There is so much fear, confusion, sadness, panic, xenophobia, name any number of emotions, swirling around us hourly. With the increased call to self-isolate and distance yourself from social interactions, with possible government mandated lockdowns in the works, its going to be more and more difficult to find joy and peace, community and comfort. Right now, what I’m experiencing, feels a lot like what I experienced while I was in Ghana. It’s not necessarily an isolation from human contact or......

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