Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good. — Romans 12:21.
I don’t know if you can call a virus “evil,” but I am convinced that to overcome it we can accomplish that by doing good and being kind and compassionate to our neighbors. We wear masks to save our neighbors, friends, and strangers. All those who work in the medical profession, hospitals, and acute care centers risk their lives to heal the sick. They are doing good and overcoming the virus. There are a million examples out there of people putting their lives on the line to provide us basic needs.
Every day we are kind, compassionate, and gracious we are not only overcoming evil, we are making “doing good” a habit, an instinct that sets an example for our children, family, and neighbors.
Let us all overcome this virus by doing the right things and making the world a better place at the same time.
The problem is that we don’t listen.