The INVISIBLE ones, the forgotten people!
In this time of confinement, we speak a lot about people who are locked in their homes.
We therefore see a lot of shared ideas about how to feel good at home and how to support those who feel lonely and fragile.
Also, every day, at 8 pm in France, we thank all caregivers who help us to take care of ourselves, with unfortunately minimal conditions to assist us.
Finally we realize of the importance of the quantity and quality of the health centers throughout the globe.
As well, we start to take into consideration health priorities (gowns, masks, equipment, infrastructure) to ensure optimal care.
I thus hope that the awareness of our health care system will make things happen on the ground quickly and effectively!
The invisible : our Heroes
Today, I would like to write for our heroes who help us live our confinement well.
As you know, daily I like to unleash the potential of people I meet.
That is the reason why today I would like to reveal the importance of those who help us to live this period of confinement :
Those who, thanks to them, we continue to have the essentials at home in order to live this change well.
I would like to highlight through my words those who are called “INVISIBLE”.
Those who work every day in any condition for us.
Working people who are forgotten because they are not seen or denied for various reasons.
I am talking about those who
– bring us hygiene in our neighborhoods
– ensure our safety
– carry our food needs to us
– ensure the functioning of the shops that are available today.
Those working people who are on the ground, day and night, and who are not considered enough.
With my article, I would like to thank all those who are mobilized daily to ensure that we are well at home! Through this period of Corona virus, I hope that our view of them will evolve and that from now on, we will consider them at their fair value, because these « invisible ones » are the most helpful in our daily life.
Thank you for sharing if you agree with me, because at our level I do think we should support the « heroes of the front line ».
I agree with you especially how many people take for granted the hospital doctors and nurses working around the clock with little to no time to eat to help the patients in dire need to fight a virus, the police officers upholding the guidelines of social distancing, the grocery workers keeping the shelves full for food and water, the caregivers taking care of the elderly. Without them this world would be turned upside down.
It’s critical that we listen to our local health advisors to not only keep ourselves safe, but others around us. We have to do our part individually to stop the spread so the faster we get back to a normal life.