It’s Saturday morning in Moorestown, NJ and everyone is out – families, children. Main Street in this old town is packed. The Pie Lady (a yummy meeting place) is sold out of home baked goodies even before the end of the work day.
Don’t these people know there is a coronavirus warning?
Yes, they do. They are just rediscovering close family ties in the era of mobile devices and social distancing.
These are challenging times. There is no doubt limiting mass public gatherings helps reduce the effect of this pandemic.
But there are some benefits if you look for them.
Pay attention to the things that you may not have had time for. Accept the new challenges (many college professors are sure learning how to use mobile teaching in record time).
This will end but while we are sequestered, there are things to be accomplished.
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- How to Stop Fearing Coronavirus
- The Coronavirus is Serious, Panic is Optional
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