Being informed and proactive in the face
of the covid-19 crisis yet remaining calm
is not simple. It is difficult.

Healthcare providers are in our thoughts
and prayers as they work under extreme
circumstances surrounding the virus.

We make adjustments to our daily lives
and try, try, try to remain calm. We all
know someone affected by this.

Like it or not, we are in this together.
Together around the globe.
Together we collaborate and coordinate.

Together, we make decisions.
Together, publicly and privately,
we face that unknown.

Together we turn to our God.
Together we care for our loved ones.
Together we will overcome this pandemic.

So let’s walk this bumpy road of life.
Washing hands; we will fight this
virus. Together, always together.

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4 Responses to Together

  1. Peter Klopp says:

    Mary Ann, you are pointing to the right path we should all choose in this world-wide calamity. For me, the Covid-19 crisis is a wake-up call. The words on the wooden cup are clear: let us act in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit.

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    • Peter, thank you for “getting” my intent with the German prayer cube. Each side has a different prayer including the Vater Unser, Our Father. I am now using social distancing and remain away from crowded areas so my singing is now on hold except for at home. It is such an intricate part of my life so I cannot have a day without music. Even my church activities are curtailed. So happy that we have blogs and social media to stay connected to people around the world. So my wish to you and yours is that you remain healthy as this virus spreads. Be well informed and wash your hands often, please. Peace for the weekend. ^^___^^

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