Why I Didn’t Wish a “Happy Easter” in 2020

I just thought to share something on my mind. Sorry for being off-topic.

I never did wish “Easter” this year 2020 to anyone because I still vividly remember everything that happened last year in Sri Lanka. (https://edition.cnn.com/interactive/2019/04/world/sri-lanka-attacks/)

The number of lives lost & families destroyed on a day in which we should forgive each other and live as one family.

This year thousands of lives are lost, and the virus does not differentiate from Rich and Poor, or Good and Bad or Caste or Religion; it threatens the entire human race. (https://edition.cnn.com/world/live-news/coronavirus-pandemic-intl-04-14-20/index.html)

Every one life which is lost can be mother, father, son, daughter, granddad, or grandmother to someone.

Everyone should take a moment to realize the value of life we have and thankful to the family we have, the skills & career we have, and the surroundings we have.

This is what makes us.

When we die one day, the earth will move on so everyone let’s try to make ourselves better and treat the next person how we wish to be treated and stay stong since “this too shall pass.”

Sorry for being depressing, but I wanted to speak my mind.

Regards
Alston

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