“Treat yourself to lunch and please know you are not alone,” I said. The look on her face was priceless.
“Thanks, I will. I am so hungry. I’m nursing him and he eats constantly.”
Oddly enough, another opportunity to apply an “invisible bandage” came up last week in the form of taking a fruit basket to a house-bound elderly person. He was thrilled with this gift and we knew he was touched by this simple act.
Applying “invisible bandages” isn’t a new concept; it’s as old as time itself. Sometimes we need a little nudge to make us aware of the ways we can help other people just by doing something simple.
Jesus said, “Whatever you do to the least of these my brethren, you’ve done it unto me.”