Before the quarantine, my wife got this children's book that has really been speaking to me about the importance of doing what you're called to do, right where we are all at. For me that's teaching voice, piano and acting. This extremely easy read children's book goes through various emotions of the characters, especially Ivan, the silverback gorilla, Ruby, a baby elephant, Max the owner of the mall in Washington State that contains these exotic animals.
I don't want to give the story away, yet the One and Only Ivan, based on a true story has spoken to me about doing what we're called to do.
To help others find a "home" that is safe and secure. If you don't know anything about this book, please check it out. It's very much so worth reading. The quote in the book by Katherine Applegate at the beginning also stuck with me by George Elliot. "It is never too late to be what you might have been." Let's not miss out on what we're called to do. Let's be who we were created to be.