Meaningful Conversations & Connection:
What’s for dinner? [and why it matters]

What’s for dinner? [and why it matters]

As busy as we all get, it’s important to hit pause and connect.

One of the best ways to create connection and fellowship is over a shared meal.

Breaking bread together brings us the opportunity to share our day, our feelings, our concerns and our hopes.

It gives us the gift of listening to others as they do the same in return.

When we become witnesses to one another, we leave the table feeling more seen, heard and understood.

Something that’s sorely needed right now.

Tonight, whether it’s homemade or takeout, whether it’s with family, a friend or a neighbor, sit down together, take a deep breath of gratitude, and ask, What’s on your mind and what’s in your heart?

Cyber safe hugs,

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