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Praying for ourselves and the world
Talking with a friend shortly after the shelter-in-place order came from the governor of our state during the COVID-19 pandemic, I asked how her day had been. She said that all she’d done was go to the grocery store, but that she had never experienced anything like the “collective anxiety” she’d felt there.
From getting groceries, to work-from-home schedules, to relying on technology rather than travel for connecting with loved ones, many things have changed, and many people are feeling fear and anxiety about the shift. Yet, at the same time, a higher purpose and new hope for humanity’s future are emerging.
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