Lessons Learned From COVID-19

With many states on “safer-at-home” restrictions and social distancing of at least 6 feet, the COVID-19 pandemic has rocked much of our country as well as the world.

I have intentionally refrained from commenting because I’ve wanted to see how everything was going to play out. I’ve also been reflecting on what we can potentially learn from this once in a lifetime (I hope!) disruption to our daily lives.

Here’s a few lessons I’ve come to appreciate:

  1. Providence reigns. We aren’t in as much control as we think we are. As much as I want and try to control my daily schedule, I can’t control everything and in reality, have very little control over much.
  2. In times of crisis, we witness both the best and the worst of humanity. I love the stories of people checking in on their senior neighbors, sharing birthday parties via video chat, and connecting or re-connecting with their kids during “stay-at-home” school. I am saddened by the...
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