Marjan Soodmand - Iran

Be Kind

Be Kind
Marjan Soodmand - Iran


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I am 53 and was born in Iran, living in Gorgan, who is engaged in needlework. In Iran, like all countries in the world, fear and anxiety prevailed with the onset of the corona virus. Life changed as if the end of time had come, and no one wanted to visit acquaintances and relatives for fear of getting infected. Our lifestyle underwent fundamental changes. Education has been done virtually, and many businesses have faced an economic downturn. Many people in my country lost their lives or lost loved ones to the disease. I also got Covid and was hospitalized for 3 months, I was in a very bad condition, one I had never experienced. I still have lung problems after two years. In these two years, I realized that life is beautiful but difficult. I learned that illness will be a guest in our homes and will visit our loved ones and friends. I learned the hard lesson of being human, being kind, loving all the people on Earth. I learned that life is inevitable and we cannot separate ourselves from it. I hope all the people of the world and all the creatures of God have the right to have a better life. Be kind

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