A friend once told me that how a person responds to life’s first major crisis determines how that person will respond to all future crises.
We all have different ways we respond to crises and unsettling events in our lives. While some of us cocoon ourselves and hope it all goes away, others jump into the middle of the situation and occupy themselves by being busy.
But what happens in a crisis like this? Jumping into the middle is out of the question yet hiding from what’s happening isn’t a good choice either. We’ve been told to “practice social distancing,” but that doesn’t mean we all become hermits, either. We need social interaction, regardless of how far apart we are.
At Buckner International, we’ve been responding to the coronavirus in multiple ways, while maintaining the highest levels of safety protocols instituted by the government and health professionals.