Coronavirus, Distancing, and Hypocrisy – JLD

Coronavirus, Distancing, and Hypocrisy – JLD

You have probably heard about the pandemic caused by Coronavirus (COVID-19). There are hundreds of thousands of cases, and tens of thousands of deaths, but also many unanswered questions. Are we rightly concerned or overly hysteric about something that only kills a single digit percentage of people? And with allied health, bar, child care, cosmetology, emergency, gas station, grocery, medical, restaurant, and transportation workers all being considered “essential”, the prohibitions of mass gatherings is really just shifting said gathering from one place to another. We are failing at social distancing, because I am selfish and I need to travel to get things, but you need to stay home. In The Church and The Community, Page 26, I quoted a verse which shows how hypocrisy blinds you to your culpability in things. In these troubling times, please look inward and change your actions, not those of others.

2020-03-21T10:21:50-05:00 March 21st, 2020|A. Chapters 2-3, Acceptance, B. Faith Leaders|