Those Who Care

As the coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to ravage the globe, the world applauds the efforts of healthcare workers on the frontlines of this pandemic.  Those who care – whether the context is war, crime, natural disaster, illness, or abuse – rarely receive the credit they are due.

But they make a world of difference for the rest of us.

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11 responses to “Those Who Care

  1. I was a nurse many years ago. Because of my PTSD, I had to quit working much too young. Nursing and doctoring are stressful jobs in the best of times. But now, the people working in the medical profession are true heroes.

  2. Anna, now and quite urgently all nations need to put aside politics and come together. That is the only way we’ll beat the virus. Listen to healthcare experts- implement their guidelines. And pray. Blessings, my friend.

  3. Amen Anna,
    May God protect us all from this virus.
    I hope everyone remembers to thank essential workers for their service.

  4. Hello, Anna. For me, YOU are One of those who Care, and Deeply. More Power to You. Love and Blessings. 🙂

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