I was watching “The Voice” the other day and I saw this commercial. I love this commercial because courage is beautiful.
Thank you too all the health care workers, endlessly, working countless hours. I can’t imagine what you are going through, seeing people pass away right before your eyes, but let’s not forget, there are also many success stories that bring a smile to your face and warm your heart, knowing you helped reunite people with their families. Thank you for relentless dedication.
This spot captures the vulnerability of this situation. It also shows a glimmer of hope in the health care workers’ eyes, that this is going to be alright, eventually, and that we are in this together. The workers also show that they are strong and they are working together to keep us safe, that right now, it’s about them, the health care workers, but soon this will be about getting on with our lives and getting back to some of our families we haven’t seen, and going back to church and worshipping God with our church families. However, the Church is not defined to the four walls of our Church. Hopefully, you have been reading your Bibles, praying and watching devotionals and Church services on line or enjoying drive-in services.
Right now it’s about helping one another. If we learned anything from this it’s that we should help one another all the time, not just when there is a crisis.
We are truly blessed to have such a great Church family and neighbor to help us when we needed it. We returned from Germany about a month ago and they have certainly been there for us, helping with groceries, a lawn mower battery, the lawn definitely needed our attention when we returned. They helped with whatever we needed and we are thankful.
These trying times will bring us closer together and remind us that courage is beautiful. Thank you Dove for showing us that and for donating to Direct Relief. #UnitedforAmerica