So often, we think of love in the month of February as solely romantic. As I've pondered this past year and about all the lack of love that existed I really want to dig deep this week into self reflecting about how well or not-so-well we loved our neighbors this past year. I'm defining 'neighbor' as our fellow human beings; so this encompasses basically anyone who isn't in your family or close friend circle. Think of at least one encounter either in person or on a social media platform. What was memorable about that interaction? Do you believe you loved your neighbor well? If you did, how did you go about measuring your encounter as a success? If you didn't, what could you have done differently given the particulars of the situation? Remember, our conversations on this platform are only as robust as the responses so reply honestly and transparently so we can really dig in this week.
*Bonus Journaling Prompt- Write a brief letter to a person you didn't love well.
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