In our retirement, the days are past when we served meals to the hungry, or joined marches protesting injustice. But we are still people of faith who have lived long enough to have seen and felt the power of prayer.
Horizons - I'm afraid the war has already started. We've sorted ourselves into echo-chambers online and in real life and succumbed to a mentality that our disagreements make us enemies. The good news is that we have a formula to move forward.
Living in the timeline of sheltered in place has given us more time to connect with family and community. How will all these experiences of distancing and connection become unforgettable, lived realities when the new normal returns?