From under the mask you can still show compassion for others.
Stepping out into the streets these days is a little strange, especially if you’re in a city or congested area. With people donning masks, we’ve become more anonymous and more vulnerable. With a mask, it is more difficult to notice a smile, to hear a greeting, to feel connected. Yet it’s important that in these times of insecurity, when people are afraid or angry or anxious, we show compassion and kindness towards each other. Here are just a few ways you can achieve this, even from behind a mask…
These random acts of kindness by total strangers will make your day
Elderly woman volunteers to care for COVID-19 patients