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One Day at a Time

September is here. For as long as I can remember, its mellow beauty has always been tinged with a little sadness. Maybe it is to do with the prospect of the long warm summer days ending, of going back to school after the freedom of holidays, of the light diminishing. We humans tend to be less out and about as this happens and for some it can feel more lonely and isolated. This sense of separation isn’t helped by the pandemic; many of us yearn for the day we can see each other properly instead of on a computer screen, when we can safely share the same physical space. In some ways, this virus has made us more aware of just how much we have in common, this shared human desire to belong, to feel at home.


So is it possible to be together in spite of being physically apart? And can we find unity in spite of our differences? 


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With love and very clean hands from us all in the Supportive Care Team