There is no better time than this moment to readjust one’s perspective about the way we are used to situations. With the Covid-19, the world has come to a standstill; panic seems to be the order of the day. A look at the media outlet brings back nothing more than chaotic scenarios and thereby banishing the thoughts of fleeing to another country.
People are scared! No doubt about it that the majority of them, in particular, the most sensitive ones are living out their fears by their immediate reactions to the news about the Covid-19.
The question is, what happens after all these frenzies are over? After all, everything has an end to it irrespective of how long it takes? This is why, as Christians, our responses to this ongoing pandemic will determine how we will come out of it? We will get to that point at the end of this ordeal when we ask ourselves whether we have succeeded in helping others (fellow Christians or Non-Christians) through it all.
Let us cease from being part of the contributors to hate messages. Avoid joining others to talk about this pandemic unless we have to offer words of hope. Be the one to light a heart and not start a cry. Be supportive rather than instilling anxiety in others. It is advisable to shut up to avoid contributing farther to any unnecessary problems.