The Best & Worst Revealed by CoronaVirus
CoronaVirus is revealing the best and worst in us. It is amplifying how real the reality of rich and poor really is. How the powerful get their way, and the powerless get nothing. Healthcare systems split into two systems based on misplaced values that works for those that have and disregards those that have not. The CoronaVirus crisis is finally creating a serious conversation about greed and causing most to appreciate the life we took for granted.
As hospitals and stores run out of supplies, a global reset is taking place. A new world order is emerging that will fundamentally change every aspect of our lives socially and economically. This is the key lesson — behind the big fight, there is a bigger fight waiting. Behind #CoronaVirus is the collateral damage, the faith, the readjusting… the global reset that we must navigate next. No matter the conspiracy behind this moment, be it a bazaar bat or secret society agenda, God is at work.
God is sitting high. Looking low. And judging how we act in and out of faith. The key factor in all of this is to take refuge in the silence of social distancing. While it separates us, it connects us back to what matters most, that is, the little things.
The little things are big things. Our relationship with each other. More importantly, our spiritual relationship. These broken times are an opportunity for a breakthrough to our better selves thru better spirits.
Search for those big moments with your loved ones as they matter now more than ever. Be it walking, talking, jumping, dancing, singing, stretching, or fetching something. Take it in. And, cherish them. Take time to live in this moment. Separate the signal from the noise and recognize that Time is moving on and we are running out of time, with or without a crisis.
Live. Live full and lean forward into the spirit. Never forget how lucky, fortunate, and blessed we are for the good Lord to allow us to live, love, and laugh another day. Keep making the most of it.
As new situations emerge, we must insist that our governments deal with them head on; however, we need to make sure our leaders think bigger and take up bold agendas to deliver us and our children better days ahead.