It seems that July is a continuation of June, dealing each day with daily life in the world of the coronavirus. There is one important difference, we have another month of experience behind us. We are becoming more skilled to cope effectively.
These are “tired” times but we see and hear about hopeful signs. I personally have experienced acts of kindness that I might have overlooked in the past. I have said “thank you” a lot more then pre-virus. Yes, some times are difficult and I yearn for what it was before the “virus came to town.” However, I am grateful for the blessings of kindness, that I witness everyday and I love to acknowledge it and say thank you!
Families can transform their neighborhoods by creating visual expressions of kindness-a little flower garden, a handmade sign. When outside, wave and greet those walking by. Have fun and make this a family project, It will bring joy and make a difference in your family's day.
“The greatest effects we have in this world are those we can't see.”... 03 July, 2020