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Lessons From A Pandemic

Lessons From Pandemic

They say: "You don't know what you have until it's gone".

It's ironic how it takes a pandemic for us to value the things, people, and relationships we often take for granted, knowing they will always be there, be a part of our lives, be a part of who we are - until they are gone...

When all those things we felt privileged to enjoy and possess are suddenly snatched away from us, we realize their value - and our gross failure to treasure them.

That is what we learned from this pandemic.

Hold them near and treasure every moment of those people, things, and relationships - treasure them to their utmost potential - while you have them.

  • Your relationship with your neighbor, whom you may not like, can teach you an important life lesson.

  • Your association with your grocery store owner can offer you valuable insight into the essence of what life can offer - and take away.

  • The maid who does your dishes can play an important role in your life in making you who you are today.

  • Your children can also offer a wider perspective on life and show you how to handle business and manage work-life better.

It may seem unusual, even impossible, but it's true. Just give those tiny, seemingly worthless relationships and the people they involve a chance - a chance to show you who you really can be!

Never Take Anything For Granted.