The year 2020 was definitely challenging and often brutal. But in all things we give thanks to the Almighty.
Many people lost loved ones, businesses, homes as a result of Covid-19 but somehow, through it all we gained community.
We discovered how resilient we could be and new heroes emerged, like frontline health care workers , refuse collectors, delivery workers, those who subjected themselves to trials to help find a vaccine.
Thank you 🙏🏽
I pray 2021 will be a better year for us all.
I pray to God to immerse those who are mourning and suffering the loneliness of bereavement in his love and lead them through this darkness.
I pray all projects tagged as failure and loss in 2020 are not gone but delayed and will come in 2021.
Here’s to a better, healthy and prosperous new year !
“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.”
Photo: New Years Day, 1969 in an orphanage in Biafra.