At Mid-COVID, what might we glean for our post-COVID times?
Today, finding myself mid-COVID, I’m ready for the disease and the fear associated with it to STOP. We are praying daily as individuals and as a church for the Lord’s intervention. However, as an advocate for “less is more” in the contemporary lifestyle, I’m hoping that the slower schedules, the fewer number of commitments, and the extra time at home with family will continue long after COVID-19. For some of us these past weeks may be the first time since childhood that we have experienced less structured times or even lazy days at home. Maybe like me you’re finding that there is great treasure in these slower times. As Pooh once said to Christopher Robin, “Doing nothing often leads to the very best of something.” As we see a possible end or lessening of the virus restrictions, what part can you and I play in continuing a saner pace of life?
As we see a possible end or lessening of the virus restrictions, what part can you and I play in continuing a saner pace of life?