As the 24/7 news cycle reminds us, the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) is extremely contagious, which is why it is so important to practice handwashing and social distancing and limit our trips to the store as much as possible.
The word “contagious” tends to have a negative connotation for many of us. So, as I’ve spent time at home, I’ve asked myself a question: Can “contagious” ever be a good thing? And if so, what’s worth spreading?
All around the world, people are struggling to make sense of the chaos that is COVID-19, myself included. We all need hope.
Read more at Nick Hall: How to Make Hope Contagious Right Now