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  • Writer's pictureCora Edwards

Fellowship After COVID


The COVID-19 pandemic brought about significant changes in our lives and affected our social interactions. With lockdowns, social distancing, and remote work, people were forced to stay apart, leading to loneliness and isolation. However, in that challenging time, the importance of friendship and community becameeven more apparent. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of company versus being alone, and how great food and wine can enhance our social interactions.


Humans are social creatures, and we thrive on social interactions. Studies have shown that social isolation can lead to adverse health effects such as depression, anxiety, and even physical health problems. Therefore, it is essential to maintain connections with friends and family, even during a pandemic. Technology has made it easier to stay connected, with video calls, messaging apps, and social media platforms. By staying connected, we can combat loneliness and maintain a sense of community.


Being in the company of others has many benefits that go beyond just combatting loneliness. Social interactions can increase our sense of belonging, improve our self-esteem, and provide us with emotional support. Furthermore, socializing with others can lead to exposure to new ideas, experiences, and perspectives, which can broaden our horizons and enhance our creativity.


One of the joys of socializing is enjoying good food and wine with friends and family. Sharing meals and drinks with others is a bonding experience that can enhance our social connections. Food and wine have a unique ability to bring people together, and sharing a meal can create a sense of community and belonging. Furthermore, enjoying great food and wine can create positive emotions and memories that can strengthen our relationships.


In conclusion, the COVID-19 pandemic hhighlighted the importance of friendship and community. Social interactions are essential for our mental and physical health, and staying connected with others can combat loneliness and isolation. Sharing meals and drinks with friends and family can enhance our social connections and create positive emotions and memories. Therefore, we must prioritize our social connections and find new ways to stay connected, even during a pandemic and more importantly after.


Love and Peace


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