Alycia Wood uses a personal story of a hockey game to reflect on learning to live, pray, and keep perspective during a time of instability and fear.
In other words, our mortality is nothing new, we just tend to forget about it when things seem to be going well. COVID-19 has taken away that luxury.
These types of events have the ability to shift our perspective on life, and in a sense, that might be one of the few things we can thank COVID-19 for.
Does it change the middle? No, but it does mean that we don’t have to live in fear in the middle.
How has your perspective changed through this pandemic? Has it been easier to get caught up in the the day-to-day worries, or has it been easier to trust in our ending with Christ?
What ways have you found to love your neighbor through this crisis?