Every time I happen to meet the sanitary worker responsible for clearing our trash, I stop to smile and thank her.
Every time I watch the news or posts on medical and healthcare personnel, I appreciate them with a like or comment or a share!
Every time we purchase essential groceries, vegetables, meat and medicines, I thank God for businesses serving the community!
Every time I see the police maintain law and order, doing everything they can, even scaring the populace into quarantine, I bless their sacrifice to ensure our safety
The real super heroes of our times, I salute you!
*Friday Fictioneers is talented group of enthusiasts penning down a story, a poem, a prose, etc., expressing their heart about a photo prompt © C. E. Ayr
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Exactly and how!
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We are learning who is really important in our societies
Amen, Sabina. Stay safe.
One thing this corona has done is give us a wake-up call. Good job.
Isn’t it sad that it takes a global pandemic for people to appreciate who really serves the community? Nice take on the photo prompt… (where’s the photo?)
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Thank you 🙏🙏🙏
Thank you 🙏🙏🙏
It is there!
I actually added that, along with psychologists, counsellors, pastors and church leaders. It became too long. So had to cut it short!
Here is the remaining portion:
Every time I hear of schools and colleges conducting classes online, I salute their sagacity in keeping the kids occupied and ensuring sanity as well rest for the parents!
Every time I watch and participate in programs and church services that keep faith alive, I thank God for technology and the energy of religious leaders who are giving us a handle on uncertainty and fear.
Hear, hear! And let’s not forget the teachers who are supervising the children of essential workers – no PPE and risking exposure from children who probably won’t show symptoms.
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Well said. And a friend of mine said today that we ought to honor our heroic children, who are not used to being so confined.