The Washing of Hands
Today I received two emails offering local online classes in yoga and dance run by teachers who have decided to transfer their classes online because of the coronavirus pandemic.
I think we are going to be seeing a lot more of this in the future as people find new ways of working and communicating using the latest technology tools.
A neighbour knocked on our door asking if he could help which was very kind and we received a leaflet through the door from a newly formed community group- Bridge of Allan Cares.
They are working with our local Scout group to support anyone in the village who needs help from picking up shopping, posting mail, urgent supplies, collecting prescription or any other reasonable request.
This community action group have a Facebook page – Bridge of Allan Cares Facebook.
It's great to see the community rallying around in this time of crisis
We have no idea how long this pandemic is going to last- weeks, months, or even a year.
What we already know is that the world will have changed forever. Some people are already referring to it as bigger event that World War2.
Photo: An old image of mine linked to a video I made many years ago for an exhibition in Stirling. I thought the hands were appropriate for our time given the daily message to “ wash your hands “.
See it on Youtube