The sun sets on madness and rises on a bleak tomorrow.
Overwhelming sickness brings our fellow man much sorrow.
The virus spreads like wildfire, and the only thing we can do
Is to stay away from others. It seems the opposite would be true.
The best advice that I’ve been given is to take one day at a time.
And trust in He who remains in charge. He knows the hills we’ll have to climb
The human spirit needs to heal before the world is truly well.
Looking toward the heavens will lift us up out of this hell.
Kindness, empathy, courage… compassion and lots of praying.
All things this world needs more of. It should all go without saying.
There are so many who do God’s work. We can’t do this on our own.
We must never forget what they sacrifice, so those who suffer aren’t alone.
THANK YOU to the:
convenience store associates
You are heroes!
We owe them so much. Hang in there and stay safe. Nice seeing your comment, Cousin Bob.
This is going to test all of us. It’s everywhere. I know you’re staying home because you’re a rule follower. Just kidding…stay safe
VERY WELL said. Henceforth “a day off” will have new meaning. Stay busy and stay in contact.
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Thanks Cousin, Keeping busy is never a problem for me, but staying home is. It’s the least I can do. Stay home and stay well! Love you!