Updated: Apr 19, 2020
A great number of things we had planned and scheduled for the year 2020 have been put on hold, what do we do to make the best of our days during the “Stay Home” times?
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For a while now, I have been getting a pull in my heart to write on “Reordering your life” I taught on it for about six (6) months in my local assembly last year (2019) and because we are all at different stages and require different orders or structures in our life, it is coming as a series with each one focusing on different subject matter or need. I look forward to launching a number of the episodes in form of books this year (2020). For now, we focus on the current #change the world is experiencing or do I say that we are experiencing in the world right now.
For this current time and the occurring pandemic in the world, a great number of the things we had planned and scheduled for the year 2020 have been put on hold, while some have been outrightly cancelled. Many of us did not see the lock down (or restricted movements) coming at all, both locally and internationally. Many events have been moved on-line (virtually) and it has changed how we interact, do business, teach or learn. Indeed the new #Coronavirus has interfered with our lives, setting a different tone for majority of people all over the world.
Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the Lord’s purpose that prevails. Proverbs 19:21 (NIV)
Worry of the Moment
This change and seeming uncertainties have become a source of worry for many people because the thought of how much their “well thought out” lives has changed or will change is causing many heart aches. I will write about heartaches sometime in the future, now we focus on “Reordering your life” for this period of Self-#Isolation, Quarantine, Lock-Down or Social distancing
For many who initially queried the need for lock down in many Cities, States and even some Countries, I want to say that it was the easiest and most effective action/decision to curtail the spread of the Virus as we have now observed. Getting infected by the #virus is not a death sentence in itself, but having unrestricted number of infected people who will in turn not have access to adequate or sometimes any medical attention at all might just be a death sentence for many. So please #StayHome
Now with the additional 2 weeks in some cities in Nigeria, what do we do to make the best of our days during the “Stay Home” times? Did I hear you sigh? Lol. I know it can be hard for many people especially those who are extroverted. Even introverted people are getting uneasy because the extroverts won’t “leave home” and leave them be. In my subsequent posts, I will share some points that would help you in #ReorderingYourLife.
Once again, welcome to my blog and thank you for reading through. *wink