Message from Doctors, Nurses and Health Professionals on Preparing for the New Normal.
Let’s be patient today for a better tomorrow.
The MCO has changed much, but not our cultural roots. All Malaysians are here with you in this time of reflection. Let’s share more, waste less, and reignite the spirit of Muhibbah as we embrace the new normal together.
Our niat stays the same
While this MCO has changed much, it has not changed our cultural roots. Daily prayers at home will continue and Ramadhan can still be experienced together. Extended families are encouraged to gather online, while nuclear families stay safe at home for buka puasa.
All Malaysians are here with you
Despite the MCO, Malaysians managed to find different ways to celebrate Tamil New Year, Holy Week, Qing Ming, Vaisakhi, and Vishu in the same spirit. Religious leaders are encouraged to find innovative ways to celebrate Wesak and Aidilfitri during this period.
A time for reflection
This is a good opportunity to reflect on the spiritual meaning of our religious practices. Our faith is made more significant amidst this outbreak, as we are reminded of our duty to exercise self-control and protect our kin. Reflection in times of hardship and tribulation builds resilience.
Share more, waste less
If you have more than you need, share it with those who have less. Avoid panic-buying and hoarding groceries. Taking only what you need is a way of sharing and caring for those who also need essentials – our frontliners, the vulnerable and our everyday heroes.
Reignite the spirit of Muhibbah
The virus does not discriminate between the rich and the poor. It does not differentiate between nationality, race or religion. The way to move forward from this, is to be kind and tolerant to each other. Care for those who have different lives than you. We’re in this together.
Sabar ye, let’s be patient today for a better tomorrow.