It’s healthy to own what’s real and what we feel. It’s unhealthy to just keep smiling and pretending that what we do online is enough. It’s not enough. It’s good that we mourn the loss of the way things were and crave with deep hunger the comfort and blessing of human touch – the hugs, the handshakes, the eye-to-eye expressions of concern and care.
You’re going to see complete strangers do and say things in the next few days that make little or no sense to you at all. Decide, before assessing the spiritual condition of their heart, to get to know something about them.