Ukrainian boxer Alexander Usik said, what lessons should bring humanity in pandemic coronavirus:
“Apparently, God wanted to remind us about something. Perhaps we do not live quite as they should. The values that were important to us 50 or 100 years ago, little had changed. We love each other, forgive and less likely to help each other. God is upon us, and said: friends, look. You can’t travel, closed entertainment centres, restaurants and clubs, even churches are trying to close.
It turns out that you can live under the same roof with his family. Schools are also closed, and now the parents know how hard it is to teach children at home. Everyone knows the challenges we face. But all this will pass. God loves us so much, we can’t even imagine how strong this love that he wishes us no harm. He just wants to enlighten us. As a good parent, he sometimes gives the baby butt.
I always say that there are no bad people. There are bad things that we do. And man is the image of God. And all good is rooted deep inside. There is a parable. Grandfather says to grandson: “There are two wolves. The first is anger, envy, and hatred. The second is love, joy, and friendship.” The grandson asked: “who wins?” Grandfather: “the One you feed”.