If isolation has taught us anything, it’s the value of deep relationships.

In a world dominated by shallow, social relationships largely defined by usefulness and value we have become so accustomed to cursory interactions and matter-of factual engagements. That’s not what human connection looks like.

It’s the raw, unfiltered, authentic highs and lows of the mundane everyday tasks that give colour and meaning to relationships. It expresses in vulnerability, authenticity and intimacy.

It’s impossible to foster deep relationships with anyone if we do not first cultivate them at home.

During this challenging time, invest in the relationships that matter most. It sets the trend for every other relationship after all.

Dayne Topkin

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