Together Alone, a Pandemic Paradox

As the Omicron variant of Covid-19 continues to make lots of us sick, and places severe strain on our healthcare systems, we know that physical isolation, ‘social distancing,’ is wise.
However, it’s been a long, hard COVID, and we also know that relational bonds are key to keeping up our immune systems, and to our mental health as well as our physical survival. How do we reconcile the need for separation and togetherness?
Rev. Edith A. Love is a community minister in Memphis, Tennessee. She believes all people are her people, the streets are her parish, and everywhere we are, we’re on holy ground.

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