People are suffering.
All around us, there are loved ones, friends, co-workers, neighbors who are suffering in silence.
They don’t know how, can’t, or won’t ask for help.
If you ask them how they are, they will smile and tell you they are “fine,” or “great,” or “getting by.”
And, in your gut, you know something is off.
We have been trained to look out for unattended or suspicious packages or luggage and when we do, we know to “say something.”
I think we need to extend this to people.
It could be a life-saving gesture to simply respond to the statement, “I’m great,”
It could be a life-saving gesture to simply respond to the statement, “I’m great,” with a little love and compassion in your voice saying:
“Well, if things aren’t totally great or you need something, or if you want someone to talk to, please know I am here for you. I love you, I care about you and I’m your friend.”
And, if you know for sure they need help, take it to the next level and tell them what you see and make a stronger offer.
You don’t have to be an expert on their problem, but you can be an advocate for their well-being.
The world is experiencing massive stress right now, individually and collectively.
We need to be more “inter-dependent” and lean on each other for support.
Remember, if you see something, say something. It could save a life.
Wishing you love, laughter, and magical kisses,
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