The pandemic has changed the way we all live and certain lifestyle changes can provide the benefit of the gift of reflection. It is time to give thanks to God for the new opportunity he has given us during this pandemic.
It is time to give and receive thanks for all that has happened this year. It is a perfect time to spend with the family. It is, without a doubt, one of the best times of the year.
Faced with this pandemic, which we are all suffering from, we consider it essential not to lose sight of some fundamental values, such as: respect; listening; valuing the efforts of others; kindness; communication; support; valuing the time of others; and the ability to wait.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted lives around the world. We have reluctantly adopted Social Distancing to protect ourselves from the threat of contamination. It has reduced in-person interactions with the people who have been part of our social experience. We are now huddled with only a few others and ourselves. We have been challenged to develop new ways of spending our waking hours.
We cannot get tired of giving thanks for the new opportunity God and life gave us following the coronavirus pandemic.