There is a national act of remembrance for people who have died of the virus but there are also people in our communities who have died from other causes and because of the restrictions family’s and friends have not been able to get together to celebrate their  lives and reflect on their love and guidance in our lives. This act of national act of remembrance would also be a good time for us to remember everyone who has died during these last few weeks and to think of the families who are still dealing with the pain and sense of loss after their death. To offer a prayer of thanksgiving for their lives and to pray for those who are continue to fight the effects of the virus whether it be the patients or the health workers who are selflessly putting their lives at risk for the greater good of us all.

 

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