What does connection mean to you?
As we approach the end of 2020 I have chosen to look at the need for and the recognition of connection and how important this is in our daily lives. We are connected on many different levels from our past and present, and it is these connections that perhaps give us the strength to cope in difficult times .The loss of connection has been none more evident than in these recent months due to the impact of the pandemic on our lives. Social isolation, social distancing and grief have all compounded the ability for us as humans to connect. I have decided this month for my monthly blog to pull a short poem together to reflect what connection means to me. I found this comforting at a time when we are reminded daily of the need for connection and the sadness that comes from its loss.
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Last Updated on 11th November 2020 by Shanice