Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

Have We Lost the Gift of One Another?

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The Blessed Trinity – Father, Son and Holy Spirit – form a communion of persons. Since man is made in the image and likeness of God, it follows that we are most authentically ourselves when we are living in communion with one another. There is a crisis of that in today’s world. People are isolating themselves in ways never seen before. We often hide behind our gadgets and public profiles, thinking that we are actually inviting people into our lives and entering theirs. But is that really the case? Is it actually possible to have “communion” with others without being in their presence and interacting with them? A few other examples might be online shopping, drive thru food ordering and automation and robots taking the places of many human functions. Call on Friday with your take on where you see all of this going.

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2 thoughts on “Have We Lost the Gift of One Another?

  1. I have seriously close friends from FaceBook! People I have grown to love and admire for their care for others and myself! Many of us have met up and helped each other through hard times, talked on the phone and MOST importantly laughed with and at each other. Some may not be sincere but a lot are! It is particular for those of us “older” mature adults who read through and between the lines! Prayers of, for and through these friends carry us! Yes, we are a global community growing possibly even uniting in like thinking and love for others.

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