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Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Thanks....Trust....Togetherness.... It is a very difficult task to write about Thanksgiving and Holidays of 2020. All that we are taking for granted as normal is not here. There will be hardly any travel. And if there is any,. it wil be stamped by the hesitation of new rules. Families may not gather around the dinner tables as we all must follow the restrictions of limited gatherings. News coming from all sorts of media is grim, politically, socially, and financially. It is impossible to feel other people's pain, but we all know there is plenty of it these days. So, what is left? Some important messages are coming to mind when we talk with each other: we trust that those of us who suffer loss; loss of 2021 will be better. We trust that we a person, loss of health, loss of a job will overcome the pandemic but also and income, and loss of trust. Humans all negative feelings and messaging. must trust each other in order to build We trust that things can get changed. We trust that today separately but about your home, workplace, town, uniformly in togetherness we can change our behaviors and habits, in order to experience true togetherness anything. Smaller or bigger projects tomorrow. Does it make sense? I require many heads and even more think we all should spend more time hands. They require togetherness. on critical thinking and internal Common goal. They require trust. discussions with ourselves before we start screaming at each other. We want asking you to look around and find to go back to normal but we all know a new way of building trust around that the old normal is impossible. you. Perhaps you need to look outside So, we need to invent a new normal of your comfort level and what you and make sure it will be better and commonly know. Perhaps you must acceptable for all of us. This year, we should just be thankful is surrounding you. But I can assure for having each other; in person, at you: you are not alone in that task. We home, on the phone, at work. We are all in it together. And through that should thank the guy behind us in a new togetherness, we must re-build grocery store for remembering to stay the trust. 6 feet behind. We should thank the mailman telling us to stay well. And and responding to it so frequently with oh so much, we should thank all the your comments and thank you notes. essential workers serving us with their This Thanksgiving, let's thank each hard work, despite the risk and danger. other for each other. During times like now, we should remember more than ever about a new normal. Whether you are talking or community, or a nation, people must trust each other in order to build This year, more than ever I am find a new way of thinking about what Thank you for reading my column Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net Business Insight presented by Arlington Dermatology Thanks....Trust....Togetherness.... It is a very difficult task to write about Thanksgiving and Holidays of 2020. All that we are taking for granted as normal is not here. There will be hardly any travel. And if there is any,. it wil be stamped by the hesitation of new rules. Families may not gather around the dinner tables as we all must follow the restrictions of limited gatherings. News coming from all sorts of media is grim, politically, socially, and financially. It is impossible to feel other people's pain, but we all know there is plenty of it these days. So, what is left? Some important messages are coming to mind when we talk with each other: we trust that those of us who suffer loss; loss of 2021 will be better. We trust that we a person, loss of health, loss of a job will overcome the pandemic but also and income, and loss of trust. Humans all negative feelings and messaging. must trust each other in order to build We trust that things can get changed. We trust that today separately but about your home, workplace, town, uniformly in togetherness we can change our behaviors and habits, in order to experience true togetherness anything. Smaller or bigger projects tomorrow. Does it make sense? I require many heads and even more think we all should spend more time hands. They require togetherness. on critical thinking and internal Common goal. They require trust. discussions with ourselves before we start screaming at each other. We want asking you to look around and find to go back to normal but we all know a new way of building trust around that the old normal is impossible. you. Perhaps you need to look outside So, we need to invent a new normal of your comfort level and what you and make sure it will be better and commonly know. Perhaps you must acceptable for all of us. This year, we should just be thankful is surrounding you. But I can assure for having each other; in person, at you: you are not alone in that task. We home, on the phone, at work. We are all in it together. And through that should thank the guy behind us in a new togetherness, we must re-build grocery store for remembering to stay the trust. 6 feet behind. We should thank the mailman telling us to stay well. And and responding to it so frequently with oh so much, we should thank all the your comments and thank you notes. essential workers serving us with their This Thanksgiving, let's thank each hard work, despite the risk and danger. other for each other. During times like now, we should remember more than ever about a new normal. Whether you are talking or community, or a nation, people must trust each other in order to build This year, more than ever I am find a new way of thinking about what Thank you for reading my column Michael Bukhalo, MD Arlington Dermatology 5301 Keystone Court Rolling Meadows, IL 60008 Tel. 847 392 5440 | www.arlingtondermatology.net