community, COVID-19, love, pandemic

Real Love

Maybe my concern and passion for the topic is fueled by the fact that my parents are immigrants, making me newer to habits of the country by comparison. They come from a community-oriented and group-minded culture. A person isn't merely an individual who makes decisions that do not impact others. Growing up, choices they made… Continue reading Real Love

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COVID-19, We’re Terminating You

Lily Chang © 2020   Yesterday, our mayor declared, joining the rest of the world, like we cared. Effective today, we're to stay home. People want pity for wanting to roam. The truth is, we've done too little, too late, the death of ever many could be our fate. I'm no scientist, certainly no epidemiologist.… Continue reading COVID-19, We’re Terminating You

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Trees Firmly Planted

Be trees, firmly planted, well nourished and fed. Fill others; meet their needs. Be kind. This plants seeds. Times are desperate in this outbreak. Through our resources and abilities, gifts we'll make. It's time to turn the tide, as we step forward and take our stride. We need to come together and love, give glory… Continue reading Trees Firmly Planted