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- May 2020
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- physical distancing
- medical service
- bipolar disorder
- social connection
- vulnerable groups
- mental health
- Mar 2017
We are as if amputated from those that we attempt to communicate with.
Amputation. Birth Connection
There was one of my best friends Blaise, in Cameroun who spent last Christmas with us.
The picnic was clearly not in the Tribble Valley as the cockerels, (roosters as Terry says) were calling in dawn, Keith was sun-tanned in Florida, Terry was all backlit Dutch painting.
Yearning to reach out and be really present with the people on line.