When someone is drowning and you can’t swim, what do you do?
What if you don’t see a life preserver, do you stand there and helplessly watch?
Wait, you just remembered you can kind of float.
You yell at the top of your lungs, “Stop fighting! Lay back the water will hold you!”
Immediately you take a deep breath and jump in the water, forcing yourself to relax enough to lay back and float. You slowly work your way toward them, it’s all you can do, and you do all you can do.
You reach them, and hold out your hand as far as you can.
“I’m here! Take my hand!”
“I can’t swim, so let’s float together. You are loved.”