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Body language

As we greet each other in person for the first first time this Sunday, let’s be mindful that we are all in different mind spaces in regards to hugs and physical contact.

To be honest, we all differed in preference even before Covid, so let’s take the opportunity to honor, respect, and be mindful of personal space and safety.

When we greet, if hands are extended it means you are open for a hug or handshake. If you greet at a distance with a hug by arms crossed, we will receive it as love.

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Paul Kirtley

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