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The global health crisis brought about by COVID 19 enjoins the entire humanity to help combat this dreaded virus primarily by staying at home.
In response to this scenario, Cebu Normal University, College of Teacher Education proposes a free online continuing academic connection from the team of facilitators with partner educators at all levels, parents, and other stakeholders who want to be productive and somehow veer away from anxiety.
Its aim is to provide educational resources in a platform with wide reach and strong user base that can help enrich and enhance their personal and professional experiences. With an accessible interaction and social care, this can help inspire them amidst the global health crisis.
Ang Suga PublicationHeartsick's Word Bandages
In confinements of our homes we lose count of days doing our usual pursuits but now more anxious, and only we find the stolen glances of the day and night taking turns outside our windows. The looming peril awaiting before our doorsteps, the ever growing crisis, stand behind us like a hideous silhouette preparing itself to gulp us ruthlessly. By this time worry has crawled its way to our head, almost succeeding to consume us with fear before the monster itself could take us. It is in times like this that words of comfort are needed. Words are not merely made up so we can talk about things and feelings that occur to us from day-to-day. Words share with us its power that moves us, hopefully not to spiral us down, but to forward us through the following days.
To some, holding on to these words may mean so little, but there must be moments in our lives where we held on to words and we carried on. That is how these words were compiled, with high hopes that somehow, they would be a tiny bit of aid in the illness that each of us is facing. After all, we can never belittle the power that words have upon us.
Here are seven words that we may hold on as we battle against the threat of pandemic and quarantine blues. Apply to wounded heart generously.
Words by: Mikaela Jane Dagani
Photos by: Jessa Louise Cabahug and
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