𐐑It's so obvious that life as we know it is definitely going to be different after this Covid19 Pandemic. The world we used to know changed very quickly right in front of our eyes. I pray that our lives return to normal as much as possible when this whole pandemic is over; that we are able to hold hands and hug our family and friends as before; be able to gather together to worship and celebrate and other wonderful things we are missing out on right now. However, I would hope that we keep doing some things we are doing presently even when the pandemic is over; like, keeping our hygiene up (washing our hands frequently) and continuously being aware of our environment with the hope of keeping everything clean and sanitized. Also, I would hope that we cut down on our frivolous waste and concentrate on things that are important.
Usually at this time of the year, we would only worry about seasonal allergies (like I'm currently having) or the common cold and flu but this Pandemic is such a big scare now. I pray for you as you read this post today that God would keep "us" and guide us from all the ills of this world in Jesus name - Amen. You can check out my Bible verse of the day at the end of this post. For my outfit today, I'm wearing old pieces from my closet. I have had the lavender sweater and pants for a while now and the bag is a sort of DIY of my Vera Wang hobo bag formerly blogged here and here and here. Henceforth, I hope our new normal would be shopping our closets everyday and spending less on material things that don't mean much and with this, I say; thank you so much for stopping by here and for sharing your valuable time with me.
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I would like to share some words of Faith with you as we all go through this difficult and unprecedented time. I am sharing some words of prayer, meditation and affirmation from;
2 Corinthians 12: 9
"And he said unto me, My Grace is sufficient for thee; for my strength is made perfect in weakness. Most gladly therefore, will I rather glory in my infirmities, that the power of Christ may rest upon me."
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