Justice. Our innate desire for justice reaches to the core of what it means to be human. We have a natural, guttural reaction to injustice – especially when it is aimed in our direction – and yet, we live in a world that is filled with injustice.
Like most other things this year, the Super Bowl is going to be one for the history books. With the Covid-19 pandemic still in full swing throughout North America, the classic merriment that accompanies the most anticipated game of the year will be a more subdued affair. In many places, leaders are strongly warning against the dangers of holding Super Bowl parties. The crowd at the actual venue will be paired down to a meager 22,000 to account for physical distancing regulations and most people will be viewing the game at home with their immediate families.
Being a parent has never been easy – the age of COVID-19 has magnified that struggle tenfold. Juggling being a daycare provider, teacher, IT technician for online learning, all while trying to navigate working from home, has left many parents feeling overwhelmed, exhausted and frustrated (on occasion). The pandemic has placed a mental health strain on both children and their guardians.