Last Touch

This week when you touch someone you love, think about it.

What I mean is to consciously think to yourself, “I’m touching one of the people I love most in the world, and this is how love feels”.

Is this the last touch? Do we ever know. In this world today, there is much uncertainty.

More than anything else, a touch conveys love. If you don’t do it, one day you may wish you had. You may wish you could.

Saying “I love you” while you’re doing it, doesn’t hurt one bit either.

There’s way more than enough hate, distrust, disagreement, and bitterness to go around. We all should try more kindness instead.

It might just “touch” some hearts. Our road ahead is perhaps rocky. Love your family.