What to do with animosity and uncertainty

Those of us who have been through animosity and uncertainty, the death of a loved one, a natural disaster, know that it is not easy, but we know that it is survivable.

We owe it to those also going through animosity and uncertainty to be strong and lead. We have to show exactly how to get through this by showing our support whenever deemed necessary.

Don’t be rash. Be bold and stay safe.

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