“Find something that you are passionate about — and you’ll find a waiting kinship of people willing to unite for the cause.” ~Wes Adamson
Whether you’re passionate about books, music, politics, knitting, or helping others, there’s a group of people out there who share your interest. And if you can’t find the right special-interest group to join, consider starting one yourself. Group energy is fuel for the soul — and expands your personal universe.
After months of pandemic isolation, most of us got used to spending time alone or in small family bubbles. And while a family is a group with guaranteed membership, psychologists agree that spending quality time with friends and neighbors outside our family circle is essential to our mental health. The more the merrier.
So start a new book club or join a chorale; volunteer at an animal shelter; invite your neighbors to a card game. Enjoy the kinship of uniting for a cause or an interest. ~CL
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