Reduce Isolation

Begin this week by considering people you know who may be feeling isolated in some way.

  • What makes them isolated?
  • Do they need help?
  • How can you tell?

Pick one of these people you think would benefit from some kind of attention and complete an action that intends to decrease their isolation. This need not be anything big. Keep in mind that it’s often the smallest actions, the everyday actions, that carry the most significance.

If it is difficult for you to find someone you know who fits this bill, consider this exercise more broadly or even metaphorically. Is there something you can do to reduce isolation on a more general scale?

Be creative as you consider this and do something that provides you a sense of making a difference.

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