Welcome to the sound of silence.
It has been just over one year of this novel coronavirus, the covid-19, which has felt like a year of absolute silence. It is more than a year now that the world looked deep into the eyes of a worldwide pandemic and wondered what was to become of such an event taking place over this earth.
For some silly reason, this time of last year I had a certain expectation that those within the higher echelons of many government departments around the world would take charge and prove their reasons and worthiness of being elected to those leadership positions and implement strategies for the betterment of the people, but even so, some tried, but many fell by the wayside.
It was not long when ineptitude and corruption soon tailed many of those in government leadership positions that many showed their disrespect in strange ways, and the voice of the politician became lounder than that of the scientists in many cases.Incredibly sad indeed.
The greatest of apperception must be shown to all those working in the frontline of this pandemic, working tirelessly in efforts to save lives, and we should always be grateful to those in the frontline of this pandemic trying their best in every way possible, and we must salute those who have lost their lives because of working in the frontlines, sacrificing their lives and leaving behind loved ones behind.
Many have lost a mother, while some cry for their husband or their father. some have lost a daughter or a son that has left a great void in their lives.
There is a husband or a wife right now crying somewhere, trying so hard to find the strength to comfort the children who don’t fully understand why this is happening.
We have all been affected in some way that leaves a scar still waiting to heal.
Life as we have known it has changed.
It not the same anymore.
We have been careful, but also, we have been hurt in so many ways.
We can only hope for the best and continue in hope that tomorrow will be a better day.
Looking back, I see an unwavering human resilience so much has changed, yet we forge on through having made so many alterations in our daily lives, and if you are a creature of habit like I am, it has not been easy.
To all I say, k
To all I say, keep safe as best you can as this battle continues.