How To Keep Perspective On This Crisis
Tough lessons were dished out recently.
Since the Coronavirus started one of our favorite salesmen died, a friend's wife died, the newsman who did the show with me and Walker in Austin passed away, a man my family really looked up to was taken by cancer, someone who used to work for me committed suicide and things are not going well for one older relative
All of this happened in the last two months or less and NONE OF IT had anything to do with Coronavirus.
Life is tough and the more people you know the more tragedy and loss you are likely to suffer. You can protect yourself from some of these threats, but you still have to enjoy the days you have because you never know when your number is going to be called.
I know we all want things to get back to normal, but it's important that we have fun being abnormal right now. We put on seat belts to survive car crashes and now we wash our hands to avoid disease. Just do it, smile and move forward.