Wednesday, April 14, 2010


A friendly pledge that we make

* To receive a firm handshake from another can be very reassuring.
* How do we decide to whom we give a handshake? Do we only do handshakes with our friends?
* A handshake that I learned in New Hampshire has become popular in North Carolina: The "Trinity handshake." Here's how it works: A regular handshake to salute God the Father (i.e., a handshake that your father would give you); a handshake where your arm is at an acute with the other person's to salute God the Son; and then a release and flutter of the fingers while keeping thumbs interlocked to salue God the Holy Spirit (i.e., as if your fingers where the wings of a dove, which is a symbol of the Holy Spirit).
* Have you ever had a "secret handshake"?

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