Actually, it doesn't matter where you live. This is something you need to hear.

There is someone in your life who will be grateful to receive a phone call from you today.
Make the call.
Not tomorrow.
Not soon.
Make the call today.
Not a text.
Not a DM.
Not an emoji of "praying hands" on Facebook.
A phone call.

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Don't BS yourself into believing you don't have time.
Call today.
We've become such a "touch-less" society, thanks to cell phones, computers, and technology.
Don't just "check in" with a quick text.
Make a call.
Time is short.
Tomorrow might be too late.
You never know what others are going through. Let me tell you, your phone call will make their day!
Make the call.
Several months ago, I saw my phone light up with the name of an old friend. While we "talk" through social media a few times a week, we never actually "talk." He called me just to say "hi" and see how I was doing.
He probably had no way of knowing, but that day was a pretty crappy day for me. His phone call changed the day, changed my outlook. It made my day.
Make someone's day.
Make the call.
If there's a hatchet to bury, bury it. Move on. Life is short.
It's one thing to push some buttons or hit a few keys on a keyboard. It's another to HEAR a VOICE! A voice you know, a voice you missed. A voice can give you solace, it can give you comfort, it can give you support. It can convey the kind of love and caring that words on a screen can't match.
Make the call.
It might even make your day.

PS. Once you made the call, how about handwriting and mailing a letter to someone? Too much?

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