Greetings is an act of communication in which human beings intentionally make their presence known to each other, to show attention to, and to suggest a type of relationship or social status between individuals or groups of people coming in contact with each other.Every greeting and introduction is an opportunity to demonstrate respect for others and to create a favorable impression of yourself to others. When you greet someone, you acknowledge their presence. Most people do this automatically and barely notice they're doing it. This sort of acknowledgement can make anyone feel more accepted by the people around them and easily brighten their day. We should try to interact with the people around us. Little may we know that a simple hello/smile can make a huge impact on their day. But in this time of social distancing, what kinds of greetings should we use? What makes one kind of greeting more infectious than another? Even when we must keep our distance, there are so many ways to greet other people like elbow bumps,  air hugs, finger hearts, shaka or a simple smile. It is important to exercise maximum caution to protect ourselves and others, but it's also important to remember that human connection is indispensable for our collective resilience.