What a time to be alive! As we all work together to fight the spread of the coronavirus, we are also reminded of how grateful we should be for the helpers in our lives. People have been stepping up in amazing ways to support those who are most vulnerable.
This got us thinking about the history of thank yous. Thank you notes have been around for centuries, and they serve an important purpose. They remind us that we are not alone, that somebody cares, and that somebody took the time to express that care in a handwritten note.
Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to all of the helpers during the Coronavirus pandemic. Thank You from the bottom of my heart. Thank You for your selflessness. Thank You for your bravery. Thank You for everything.
Thank you to the healthcare workers who are on the front lines treating patients and working tirelessly to keep everyone safe. Thank you to the first responders who are risking their lives every day to help those in need. Thank you to the grocery store workers and delivery drivers who are keeping shelves stocked and food on our tables. Thank you to the educators who are finding new ways to teach and reach our children. Thank You to all of the essential workers who are keeping our society running during these difficult times.
I would like to say a few things about the Thank You Coronavirus helpers, though. I think it’s important that we are honest and realistic about what is happening. So here are 7 ugly truths about the Thank You Coronavirus helpers:
1. They are heroes. There is no doubt about it. They are risking their lives to help others and they deserve our utmost respect.
2. They are not perfect. In fact, they are just like us – flawed and human. They make mistakes, just like we all do.
3. They are tired. They are working long hours and often under very difficult circumstances. They are exhausted, both physically and emotionally.
4. They are scared. They know that they are putting themselves at risk every time they go to work. They worry about getting sick and infecting their loved ones.
5. They are making sacrifices. They are away from their families, often for long periods of time. They are missing out on important events and milestones in their lives.
6. They need our support. We need to thank them, not just with words but with actions. We need to show them that we appreciate everything they are doing for us.
7. They are human beings and they deserve our respect. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you to all of the helpers during the Coronavirus pandemic. Thank You from the bottom of my heart. Thank You for your selflessness. Thank You for your bravery. Thank You for everything. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!
We would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to all of the helpers out there. Thank you for your compassion, your kindness, and your willingness to help others. Thank you for being there when we need you the most.
We are so grateful for everything that you have done, and we know that we are not alone in that feeling. Thank you, from the bottom of our hearts. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!