26 Mar Kindness Matters
It is times like this that bring the kindness of humanity to the forefront. We have been in awe of the way people have come together to help each other out. Our physicians and nurses are on the front line, sacrificing all to help those in need. Ordinary citizens are sewing masks for the healthcare workers who are facing shortages. Our music industry is streaming live concerts and sending words of inspiration from their homes. There are individuals that are paying rent for those who are caught up in this economic shortfall; flocks of people are making donations to the American Red Cross and food banks; individual corporations are sending their medical supply inventory to areas in need and making medical supplies instead of cars to help with the shortages. It is no doubt a very challenging time for everyone – especially those families who have someone that is sick or has passed away from this virus, families who are not receiving a paycheck and for small businesses whose doors are forced closed with no income coming in.
Our family would like to send our prayers and a message of hope to our clients, our friends and other small business owners – we ARE going to get through this and when we come out the other side we will be stronger. We are RESILIENT, we are BRAVE, and we are a COMMUNITY.
To our physicians and nurses, respiratory therapists and housekeeping, THANK YOU. To our local and state government, THANK YOU. To the grocery stores and staff, our gas station and attendants, THANK YOU. To our truckers and railroad workers, THANK YOU. To our police, first responders and fire departments, THANK YOU. To our teachers and school administrators, THANK YOU. To our food pantries, THANK YOU.
We will leave you with this final thought:
“We live on a blue plant that circles around a ball of fire next to a moon that moves the sea. And you don’t believe in miracles?” – Anonymous