I am mindful that these families, like yours and mine, are already scared and anxious. But they now have to welcome home a loved one whose job or duty exposes them to a higher risk of being infected with the virus. They return tired, stressed, anxious, still scared and concern about being safe and healthy in their own homes. Still, they fight on.
Either way, there is no way to un-live the experience of being quarantined or un-learn lessons.But I believe it is wise and healthy to reflect on experiencing Life as it “is”. Now, is as good a time as any.
We have identified this invisible foe as the enemy in this war we are now fighting, and that enemy is the CORONAVIRUS/COVID-19. Of course, it is important to know your enemy, and because we do, we know what precautions to take. The precautions (regular hand washing, social distancing and self-quarantine) put in place, are first […]
I heard a prisoner say, “You can lock me up and segregate me from the general inmate population, (gen-pop), but you cannot imprison my mind”. For me, these words are relevant and applicable during the CORONAVIRUS pandemic, (COVID-19) and the precautions put in place. We are cautioned to practice regular hand washing, social distancing and […]