The long weekend is ending. Most of us probably stayed home… I know I did. Celebrations are now done with whoever you live with… and I’m lucky I’m with my family. We’d have food we once enjoyed in restaurants delivered. Whatever essentials we need would be done through supply runs by my husband and I. Our kids haven’t been out of the house since March. But still, we remain thankful.
We only need to look around to see the real heroes in our midst. It’s the rider delivering your food… the bank teller handling your transaction… the cashier ringing up your groceries… the garbage collector picking up your trash… the medical frontliners treating the sick. They are our everyday heroes. They keep our society going by risking their lives during this pandemic.
During these uncertain times, these everyday heroes tirelessly serve so the rest of us can go on with our lives in the new normal. Let’s not make their jobs harder and help in however way we can. It can be as simple as staying put, wearing a mask, washing your hands, and maintaining your distance when outside.
The year 2020 has been riddled with challenges but still, as resilient, creative, hopeful, and compassionate Filipinos, we find ways.
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