Compassion is proving to be more contagious than the coronavirus as millions of people from around the world work together to help one another.
Here is a list of some of the beautiful acts of kindness people have seen:
Neighbors are singing to each other to lift each other’s spirits while practicing social distancing.
Supermarkets have introduced senior hours: the first hour of the day, when the store is the most disinfected, our most vulnerable elderly can shop and get the supplies they need.
The above post reads: “A neighbor who knows we are not rich (My husband is disabled, and my neighbor, he owns his own business) Gave us ration packs that will last us days during this. ALSO has came by and left us cooked food and frozen food at our door. WE ran out of bread we actually didn’t tell anyone it just happened yesterday. Our stores around us have even run out of flour to bake our own (I checked last night) Someone from the church who brings around bread sometimes, thought of us again and brought us bread from their bakery also goodies like cookies and danish as well. We did buy most of the things we need, but God makes sure to remind us when we cannot get to things WE HAVE HELP too. We dont own a car right now. But we have friends though we are isolating, like we should, that come and leave things for us. God is so good and I thank him for them all for having such beautiful hearts, lovely people. SUCH LOVELY people!”
Kind young people are offering to grocery shop for their senior neighbors to limit their social exposure.
We are grateful to all of the kind people during this difficult time.
What kindness have you seen during the coronavirus pandemic?
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You are Loved.
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