Let’s sing a song. It is only one verse and virtually everyone knows it.
It’s from the ride Disney has with all the little people from around the world. “It’s Small World.” We are only doing the first verse so pay attention to the words please.
“It’s a world of laughter… A world of tears… It’s a world of hopes… And a world of fears… There’s so much that we share… That it’s time we’re aware… It’s a small world after all.”
Does it not describe how things are today, right now, in this pandemic? Although we have fears and tears, we must also must spread laughter and hope. We must be aware of everyone one around us and in every country.
I took the time to think about people I knew in different countries and was stunned at how many people I knew; it really is a small world.
A few years ago, a young man who was with the Beijing Ginn Culture Co. and his family came to Tillsonburg to research Tillson Lever Harrison. I called him Steven, but his name is Shuyang He. On Feb. 27, I received an email from Shuyang warning me about the COVID 19.