Eventually, everybody will have to go out to a grocery store; provisions will run out, emergencies might arise, and when they do I truly hope they realize that for the very brief time that they have to be out, and for the very few encounters with others they will have by necessity are but a fraction of what these brave souls do for us every day
Frequently I would say that there are no problems, only opportunities. Opportunities to learn, opportunities to rise, opportunities to do better. If you are somebody who needs to assign a purpose to everything that happens, I respectfully submit that learning is the purpose of the Coronavirus.
as I watch the news evolve of the Coronavirus, it strikes me as very similar. Please don’t get me wrong; I’m not suggesting that the Coronavirus isn’t potentially deadly, nor am I suggesting that news of it should be repressed. But even today a friend of mine posted a meme on her social media page that read something along the lines of having survived the dreaded bird flu, SARS, and several others she’s not so concerned about the Coronavirus. Another friend posted a meme that simply read, “Don’t Panic and Wash Your Hands”.