To all the diseases that came before

I’m writing this post for all the people that think they’re alone in their anxiety about coronavirus.

You’re not alone.

I’m staring out my window in downtown as I retire to sleep.

I’m at a real peak in my life and I didn’t even know it a day ago.

I have amazing family, friends, a great job, a beautiful apartment.

There is so much to be grateful for and all it takes is a pandemic to realize that.

There’s so much uncertainty in society today that we must band together and try to just remember the little things.

It’s beautiful that it rained yesterday.

You’ll get to spend time with friends in safe environments this weekend.

You are loved by so many people.

You can’t control fate.

Life brings obstacles, and that’s okay.

The best thing we can do is just to hop over them. We can run through our doubts and anxieties.

The finish line may look bleak now but that’s the beauty of the unknown.

Give that homeless man the extra panini in your back pocket. They too are helpless in this situation, not knowing what’s going on nonetheless that there’s a worldwide health crisis.

Find the beauty in staying home from class or work and just know that everyone is in the same boat.

Maybe a pandemic can bring us some reality Everyone is here on this earth together. We are merely human and so are others. Be kind to one another and try not to spread hate.

Coronavirus could be a sign that we need to prioritize health and wellness, unite as a human race, and understand that life is a constant state of faith.


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