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Impact of Contact
by Lisa Davis Budzinski
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Thank goodness there are many types Of social contact then there ever once was. Many people feel this new social media Is tearing relationships apart. But for the home & bed ridden It is a life line and saver of many lost & broken hearts. To imagine a time when contact was rare Feeling all alone and isolated Which must have felt like falling into a deep Dark hole of despair. To be sick and in pain More days than naught, To be able to reach out to friends and family Feeling a warm flush of kindness or maybe Even a grin. Heals the inner spirit Enough to have the want To see another day. So all this new technology Really can boil down to Saving a life or broken heart So the chronically ill can soldier on knowing That the contact no matter how small Helped to even out the evil of pain That could have robbed us of a brand new day.



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Reviewed by John Bidwell 3/2/2011
What a special insight for me reading this.
Since encountering a woman with no arms and legs- (see my blog "Edited Blog") I have been pondering how life must be for her. The on line world I find too often distracts me from the real world and people with whom I should interact, but it certainly has brought me some of the most precious and enduring friendships.
Thanks so much for sharing this.

John
Reviewed by Amor Sabor 12/22/2010
Sage words and thought provoking lines. You are perhaps correct in the potential impact of technology especially for those hard hit by physical limitations or other reasons. Even if these brief contacts can alter ones thoughts or beliefs...it can potentially injure them if a relationship develops that can do harm...it can also be a lifesaver and lifechanger to and for them. There is no other better way to make contacts as available now as compared to way back then when we were younger. Excellent work and I can relate to this in particular. Thank you, Lisa.
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