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Fear of the Unknown

We always wonder about the unknown
We think about it constantly
Asking ourselves if we are ready
Ready to face the unknown
That could spell our destiny

We always have this fear
Fear of the unknown and so it seems
But life is full of surprises
We just don’t know what will happen next

Sometimes we think we knew
Or we think we’re sure
But we can never know or be sure
Because life is unpredictable
And that’s what makes it worth living for

Edelweiss ’11

We are all inundated with the media’s messages on the coronavirus. We are all living in a different world than a couple of weeks ago – stores and restaurants are closed as well as schools and churches. We are told to stay home and to stay at least six feet away from others. We must keep washing our hands! All these messages are having a devastating effect on our inner life – our emotions and our spiritual life. 

I am sending out Special Daily Treats to help with the fears, the isolation, the loneliness and the aggravation that we all feel. I firmly believe that this is as important a message as the precautions and the coronavirus number count. Both of these Daily Treats will arrive at the same time. 

I would especially love to hear from you and how you are doing along with your comments, questions and suggestions. My email address is: medardlaz@aol.com. This is the address I check throughout the day. 

Please listen to my Daily Treats on my Podcast. The email I send you each day has the title of the article underlined. Please click on the underlined title. You will then see the picture for the day along with the article. Just click on the triangle in the little green circle next to the Treats for the Soul logo and you can listen to the Podcast for that day. 

Please invite your family and your friends to subscribe. We need to assist each other through these trying times with help and strength from the Lord.     Blessings!!

Fr. Med Laz


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