An author I work with wrote a blog post this weekend that I had to share. We’re watching the world change at a rapid rate, and all the uncertainty is overwhelming. But there’s something beautiful inside all the chaos that’s important to remember:
That we will get through this, I have no doubt, but it is up to each of us to decide what we will take from the COVID-19 assault on our pristine shores. Taken all together, the events of this year have changed my life permanently. What I have learned is that the most precious thing we have in life is each other—not just our relatives and friends, but our whole community, and that includes the weakest, the strongest, the youngest, the oldest, and all those in between.
To read more from the wonderful Kathleen Chamberlin, click here.