This time will also passA businessman hosted a big party. All the locals were invited. They all came to the party. But no one had any idea that the party was for what. Someone who came to the party could not bear the curiosity and asked the businessman directly what the party was for. In response, the businessman said, "Yesterday my car crashed out by a hard accident. The car was wrecked but I, who was driving it, escaped unharmed. This party is to celebrate my escape with you."
The choice between the two possibilities determines the true nature of life. Either we can mourn with the burden of losses, or we can continue the journey with the remaining blessings. Amid all the disappointment, particles of possibility remain. It is enough for our eyes to have the light to find such particles.
Pruning plants are not telling the stories of cutting off twigs. Rather, it is the joy of a new beginning and the emergence of new buds. Even at the root of the cut-down tree, new shoots sprout forth and fruits in large numbers grow on it. No time will last long, whether it is good or bad. We must learn to face and survive everything. All-time will pass, this Covid's bad time as well.