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A TLC reader passed this along:

When you go out and
see the empty streets,
the empty stadiums,
the empty train platforms,
don’t say to yourself,
“It looks like the end of the world.”
What you’re seeing is love in action.
What you’re seeing, in that
negative space, is how much
we do care for each other…
For our Grandparents.
For our immune-compromised
brothers and sisters.
For people we will never meet.
People will lose jobs over this.
Some will lose their businesses.
And some will lose their lives.
All the more reason to take a moment,
when you’re out on your walk,
or on your way to the store,
or just watching the news,
to look into the emptiness
and marvel at all that love.
Let it fill you and sustain you.
It isn’t the end of the world.
It’s the most remarkable act of
human solidarity we may ever witness.

 As Lester Holt says every night on NBC News:

“Take care of yourself and others.”

Keep your head down. And keep your head up.