The power of touch in Asha communities
Dr Kiran: ‘One of the greatest challenges the Asha family is facing during this pandemic is the physical distancing needed between people. The language of touch is not being spoken these days, and it’s joys seem lost for a while.
Affectionate and loving hugs have been a hallmark of the Asha family. The power of touch has created an environment of safety and trust. It has spread tremendous amount of goodwill and fostered cooperative relationships in Asha communities everywhere.
Touch has the power to soothe, to express compassion, to calm down stress, and to produce generosity.
Hugging boosts self esteem and brings about a sense of security in a way no words can. Hugging stirs the soul. Sometimes only the language of touch can fully express what we feel.
May the joys of this wonderful language soon be restored to us all, and may we learn to cherish it more than ever.’
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