I see hope when I look into the eyes of my neighbor.
I am greeted by one of the residents, “I missed you over the weekend” and by another “It is good to see you.”
I am asked by one of the nurses, “Can you come with me and give me support?”
I receive gratefulness from my residents and their family members who I connect through FaceTime.
I ask our Pastoral Care volunteers to reach out to our residents and I hear “Yes I would love to.”
I get asked again and again to listen, to pray, to laugh, to support and I receive hope.
We are here for and with each other.
We are not alone.
We have courage – God is with us.