On a day in March 2020, for most of us, normal life came to a standstill.
Now, two years from that day, our lives continue to be profoundly changed.
For some, the work of saving, serving, and adjusting has been all-consuming. For some, the isolation, worry, and waiting have been the greatest burdens.
As we live in this uncertain time of hope and threat, we wonder about the effect of this experience on our relationships, our work, and what we may become.
We are challenged by the difficulties of living in this time.
But we may also be open to a reset for life after pandemic – to imagining and creating possibilities.