“No man is an island entire of itself; every man
is a piece of the continent, a part of the main..”
The Coronavirus pandemic has made life truly hard for everyone around the globe. However, people are still trying hard to lift their moods and of the people around them. Moments like these contribute in making the world a better place for all of us, it goes to show the beauty that comprises the human soul, the undying human resilience and most of all makes us hopeful.
Many singers across the globe have tried to connect with their audience through live concerts.
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Social distancing is important, but that doesn't mean it has to be boring. I did a little at-home performance to help lift your spirits. @Miguel, @CharliePuth – you want next? Learn more about how you can take action to help slow the spread of coronavirus with our partners at @WHO and @GlblCtzn globalcitizen.org/coronavirus #TogetherAtHome
In Pakistan we saw how everyone came together to sing the national anthem on the 23rd of March. It’s encouraging to see how we can still find a voice through patriotism to unite us all in this time of difficulty.
Many viral videos from Italy have helped getting people in a better mood. People are entertaining their towns by singing on their balconies
— #JoyofLife (@JoyHopeLife) March 14, 2020
During Italy's quarantine, Italian tenor Maurizio Marchini wanted to do something to spread joy amid all the sadness in Florence.
So climbed on to his balcony and serenaded the entire town.
— Muhammad Lila (@MuhammadLila) March 14, 2020
For all our sports fans out there, self isolation does not mean you stop having fun, get creative!!
— Mir Muhammad 🇵🇰 (@MirPAK5) March 16, 2020
In India, people got together to appreciate the efforts of health officials who continue to serve patients, by clapping on their balconies.
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