If we get on with our lives, Covid-19 crisis will pass

There’s so much “woulda, shoulda, coulda” worrying that people are doing, but instead, if people used that time and energy on just going on with life, things will settle down. Life goes on, no matter what anyone or anything has to say about it. Just ease up with the anxiety. This too shall pass.

So long and ta, ta for now.

Fabian Borowiecki

Everett

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