Posted April 6, 2020 from Nigeria

In the face of this bandit we stand,it had stolen our physical togetherness, physical show and shear of love.

I know these that it can never steal from us,our joy,peace,Faith,love in our hearts,care,concern our humanity, most of all our sisterhood.

You are home to keep a sister safe,

You are home to pray a sister safe

You are to connect with a sister more

To encourage her,in times like this she knows you are still there,even when you don't meet,shear a cup of coffee,go out,or visit.

The power unstoppable TECHNOLOGY!!!

During this time don't forget a sister in your community will still need your comfort, encouragement, concern and care

She may be in need of the next day's meal,you could knock on her door and give her,you could drop it off silently.

I work from home,and work has never been this challenging yet fulfilling because I have my phone with me,

Am able to still see the faces f my sister both close and far because I have my phone.

The world is in a great war,we are still hear and we can together fight this bandit and we will win because TOGETHER WE ARE STRONGER.

We are all on this so we can beat it,because we are sisters who stick by each other,am strong because I have you sister,I'll go through and survive this because I know you are with me in this and all the way.





This story was submitted in response to #SheTransformsTech.

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Jill Langhus
Apr 06
Apr 06

Hi Lizzy,

How are you doing, Love? Thanks for sharing your optimistic and uplifting post. I'm glad you have your phone so you can check in, too, and connect with others.

I hope you and your family are doing well?!


Apr 06
Apr 06

We are doing great Jill and you?

Jill Langhus
Apr 08
Apr 08

Great to hear, dear. Yes, we're doing fine, thanks.

Apr 07
Apr 07

Technologies does help! The kids has been learning at home and I have been working from home for more than 2 months now. Without technologies, we cannot do this and may increase further spread of virus.

Stay home! Keep safe!

Hello, Lizzy,

What a beautiful message! Thank you for your motivational words. I appreciate your reminder and insights.

I hope you and your family are safe and healthy. Please keep us posted.