Power of Touch

Watching people during Sunday Mass this morning made me realize how important the “power of touch” is. I observed moms  & dads holding and consoling small children. I watched an elderly couple hold hands during the sermon. I saw a teenage girl holding her mom’s  hand. As I watched I realized how important it is to touch someone. Even the smallest gesture can say, “everything’s going to be OK!”

Sometimes we get so busy we don’t take the time to stop and let someone know how much we care. Take a minute today to “touch someone” and I guarantee this simple gesture will make both of you feel good! Go ahead, “reach out and touch someone.”

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