During the course of the past few weeks, the Corona Virus has had a huge impact on the daily lives of people all over the world. Millions and millions of families and individuals are restricted to staying in their homes, keeping away from parks, theaters, eateries, and a host of other places where people would enjoy groups of Social Gatherings.
I recently came across the following poem written by Laura Kelly Fanucci, called, “When This is Over,” that I thought was a terrific reminder to all of us, some of the simple little things in life that we should never take for granted again. Lest we never forget…
When this is over…
May we never again
Take for granted
A handshake with a stranger
Full shelves at a store
Conversations with neighbors
A crowded theater
Friday night out
A taste of communion
A routine checkup
The school rush each morning
Coffee with a friend
The stadium roaring
Each deep breath
A boring Tuesday
When this ends…
may we find
that we have become
more like the people
we wanted to be
we were called to be
we hope to be
and may we stay
that way – better
for each other
because of the worst.
….a lot to look forward to! 🙂
Stay Safe My Friends!
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