I had to go grocery shopping today and it was quite a gloomy eerie feeling. Even though I was at the stores at 7.30 a.m. there were so many people. All trying to stay away from each other and all so quiet like at a funeral. Some old folk kept looking at me whenever I had to go somewhat in their direction like I was a ticking time bomb – ready to go off. I understand their fears. I put my mom in quarantine, too. But come on, I stayed at least 4 lamas away! I kind of of felt the itch to start coughing really loud just to get some live into the situation
But I didn’t, because the way they looked at me, I got scared that they might actually kill me.I know this is a hard time for all of us. I understand the fears and I do the best to protect everyone. But I refuse to let fear determine our lives. Let’s not get miserable as long as we are healthy out of fear that we might get sick. Death will always be part of live. And by the way, we could get hit by a car, fall from a tree, fall down the stairs or die of a stroke… and then all the fear of dying of Corona would have been in vain.Let’s do our best to keep everyone save but with a smile and with love. There is still enough time to feel fear or despair, once we get sick. But for as long as we are good: Let’s not let fear take over and freak out. Come one people: STAY POSITIVE. Stay home. Keep distance and save lives. – AND DO IT WITH A SMILE. Don’t forget to enjoy live! Laugh a little. I wish you all the best. #corona#stayhomesavelives#staypositive#laugh#love#togetherathome#socialdistancing#flattenthecurve#covid19#sendsomelove#quarantine#bleibtgesund#bleibtzuhause#rettetleben
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