Our destiny awaits, and yet we are distraught. we already long for safer times when fear and lack did not loom upon the horizon. We cannot hover together for fear of contagion, and yet, we need one another's friendship, smiles, and touch. Let those who can share, show love. Let those who are without, be replenished as we open our hearts and our hands to those in need.
This is a time of change and expediency, people are rushing to restock pantries and shelves preparing for disaster, but disaster has already struck. Complacency is no more. Now is the time for us to pull together as we stand apart, waiting for the plague to lift, hoping for a better life as we renew old commitments to our faith, our family, our friends.