I like the idea of greeting and parting with the words, "I see you." This is something I've always said to my pets over the years when they would try to get my attention or if they were proud of something they were doing. I wanted them to know I was here and reassure them that I was tuned into them. Not that they always knew exactly what I was saying but they seemed pleased when I said it anyway.
Then when Avatar came out several years ago I couldn't help but notice this was the greeting they used. Seeing that got me thinking about the broader meaning. Isn't that what we all want; to be seen, really seen and acknowledged?
This is even more true for me now that I have an invisible illness. Being seen and acknowledged is what I hope you all have in your life.
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