The world, and our lives, are changing. The new normal, wearing masks and gloves to the grocery store, sheltering in place, and avoiding others so we don’t spread the virus, makes life complicated, but necessary to save lives. We as humans can adapt. (I may never go back to a public gym unless we all get vaccines.)
Despite erratic weather, global warming, civil unrest, profound political challenges, rising unemployment, global hackers, rising healthcare costs, . . . we still have families to raise. Sometimes I wish we could all escape into a parallel universe where life is calmer, safer, and more loving . . .but we can’t.
We have to make the best of what we have here and now . As human beings, we need to reach out to our family, friends, leaders, and businesses to work together and improve health and safety within our cities, communities, places of worship, and schools. I pray for all of us, but especially for our children’s future.
Please make your vote count this fall.