In Crisis, What We Do Defines Who We Are

In crisis, we found our hero, we also unveiled our villain. In crisis, we know more about generosity versus greedy; kindness versus selfish; and greatness versus disgrace. In crisis, what we do defines who we are.
During COVID-19 pandemic, a lot of billionaires open their heart and their pocket for the people in need. Their humanity and generosity let us feel more hopeful for the future during this uncertain time. Thanks, no matter who you are, rich or poor, we are all in this fight together.



In San Antonio this Easter Holly weekend, six thousand families line up in cars for hours at a food bank. Millions of Americans across country also line up at food banks as 17 million people lost their job. These are very hard and sad stories in our history.


We all know this notorious brothers who shamelessly exploit coronavirus by amassing 17,700 bottles of hand sanitizer and wipes for a huge financial gain. They will regret for selling their souls so cheaply later on.


In crisis, we remember, we are thanksful, we pray, and we love.



In crisis, we show our compassion and our high moral standards in contrast to selfishness and disgrace.

Thomas Paine’s once wrote: “Times like these try men’s souls. How trying it is to live in these times!….”

Queen said in her Easter Speech: “The pride in who we are is not a part of our past, it defines our present and the future.”

These days, news and things I have experienced triggered me to make a video about my favourite quotes from Mother Teresa.  These quotes are about forgiveness, kindness, success, honest and sincere, creativity, happiness, greatness, and connection between you and God. I feel her words are what we need during this challenging time.




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