Healing and Peace

Our world was shaken by the pandemic-COVID 19. It brought fear and uncertainty.

Every country was rattled and it continues to bring terror as of today. Many lives were taken and numerous frontliners continues to combat this pandemic. Strategic plans are being curated by the government to minimize its effect. Scientists continues to create an antidote. Every one is working. Every one is trying. Every one is fighting every day.

Lives were affected. The less fortunate suffers the most. Its a virus that affects all people from different walks of life. Every one is at risk. The severity just differs based on the status. Not everyone is privilege.

Frontliners sacrifice their lives. Facing the threat of this crisis. They even receive discrimination but thankfully, some appreciates their efforts.

Confirmed, suspected, or probable cases are isolated and even stigmatized. They are facing great dilemma.

A moment of peace and prayers to those individuals who succumbed to this virus. May they find eternal repose.

The economy is at risk, especially the third-world country. Our world is in agony and in battle. But, this crisis also shows beauty in humanity. There are still beautiful souls, offering help in any ways and forms.

This crisis needs unity. It calls for unity and collaborative effort from the citizen and its government.

Citizens who share their sentiments and complains, we can’t blame them. They are simply asking the services that is due for the majority. They know, that the government can do better. But, we commend them as well for trying and for accepting the voices as constructive criticism. Violence will never be an answer to anything.

This is definitely a new decade’s dilemma. We are all in shocked but we are on this together.

I put my faith to God.

Our world will heal and peace will be in our hearts.

This, too shall pass ‚ú®

Published by She Writes

She's a dreamer. Hopes to be lost in oblivion but the truth is, she just wants to be seen and heard. In quest within and lover of life. This, too, shall pass so I will keep going ; I still don't know. I'll rest for the mean time.

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