Just because I’m not posting much about COVID-19, doesn’t mean that I’m not holding those who have suffered & died in my heart. It’s hard to believe that more Americans have died from this virus than were killed in World War I. Over half a million deaths have been reported from around the world. That’s pretty intense. We’re all scared & suffering together, so in a way, despite being locked in our homes, we’re more unified as a species than ever before.
I hope we can learn from our past mistakes & try to take hygiene, sanitation, healthcare, wellness, and social responsibility a bit more seriously going forward. No matter what the “powers that be” may be saying, it’s a good time to think for ourselves about what’s truly the most ethical & moral way to behave now. It’s time we look into our hearts & allow our compassion to guide our decisions in life again. We’re all in this together, so we have to look out for each other. This pandemic showed what can happen when we’re allowing ourselves to be divided instead of united.
All I know is that I don’t want to have a hand in anyone else dying or suffering from COVID if I can help it, so I’ll keep social distancing, wearing my masks, and quarantining for as long as is necessary. Life is hard for those of us who remain, but at least we still have a life so let’s do what we can to protect it & each other. Let’s weather this incredibly formidable storm, persevere, and come out stronger & wiser because of it. We can survive this. I send my love & well wishes to you all.
Stay safe, dear friends