Updated: Jun 16
There’s never been a better time to be alive.
I'd be lying if I didn't say: I'm a little excited for Armageddon. I've always questioned the direction of the human race. I have hope, but the way things are going, we're killing ourselves anyway. We're polluting the air and water. Developing nature for imaginary profit. Very few honoring the bonds of family. What exactly are we living for?
What dreams did God plant in your heart?
You can do anything you want to do and the only thing stopping you is YOU.
If Corona Virus ended tomorrow, it would be too soon. I don’t think we’ve learned the lessons we need to learn from it.
I’ll speak for myself and say: I still have a lot to learn. I’ve always been “busy”, outside going places, and doing things. For the first time in my life, I am still. Home. Inside, and it feels good.
No event, no show, no Universal Studios. I don’t have FOMO because NO MO can go. I have no where to be, but home with my family. The only place I'm expected to be is home.
I am grateful that the most serious consequence of my virus experience is quarantine. I am healthy. My family is alive. I have compassion. God bless everyone who has lost a loved one and bless everyone to heal. God bless all the essential workers risking their lives. God bless the Mail Man.
I’m trying to stay positive.
I am grateful to be alive. I find peace and comfort in reading the scriptures. The Bible. The Qu'ran. The Book of Mormon. I appreciate the constant message to prepare from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. The church has always encouraged a healthy food, water, and shelter supply. By listening, I trust life is going to be fine.
AND when it's not fine,
I have a bug out bag ready for Armageddon.