COVID-19 has turned our lives upside down and changed not just the way we live, work and socialise but also how we think, and how we do things.
It’s been a frustrating and worrying journey for most, some have lost precious time, some have lost precious people. Most children have been denied basic stuff like education, school trips, proms, and big birthday celebrations.
But one thing is for sure, this pandemic has taught us a lot and if anything, it has made us “vocabulary richer” and given us an opportunity to sit back and reassess life. The world (such a big place) has been battling the same virus and faced the same struggles and for once it feels like a very small place. We have learned that humans are very adaptable and can face most situations. Humans are social and need interaction with others, we are kind and when crises hit, we community focus.
We have all learnt a big lesson, life is precious; something we shouldn’t take for granted. We have gain masses of desire to conquer the world, to travel, to feel, to experience things we have never experienced before. “We are M & N” are so ready for this.
So, how many times do you reckon you have used the words below in the past year, and how many of these you used before COVID stroke:
Stay at home
Track and trace
Wash your hands