Distinct Voice: Presence of/with/to God
Agnes Hunter rsm (The Congregation)
From left is Carolyne, Sr. Agnes and Mr. Mutua had visited but we were seated at a social- distance

Life has taken a different turn we must all admit but, nevertheless, everything happens for a reason. The COVID-19 Pandemic has silenced us down and taught us a new culture, a culture that we knew nothing about yet we must learn to adapt and dance along with lemon, and juice the lemonade out of it.  After the Pandemic has come and gone with the help of God we shall have acquired a new “US” that will fashion us anew for life in the normalcy.

Social distancing has alienated us from the mutual closeness we ever enjoyed with people before, hence, in our new normal after the Pandemic, we will have to learn how to embrace people while still observing the new safety-social distancing norm. We will probably need to be warmer in our conversations and relate deeply with people we care about other than just routine handshakes and cheek pecks...

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Spanish translation using DeepL Translator. Traducción al español con DeepL Translator

Agnes Hunter rsm is a member of The Congregation. She is an administrator of a vocational training center in a remote and dry area in the Eastern part of Kenya. 'We train vulnerable women to acquire skills, like dressmaking, hairdressing and beauty therapy, tailoring and computer packages.'

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