These are the brilliant words of singer/songwriter Josh Groban asking the question: “What will we do with all we’ve learned?” in his latest song, “Your Face,” written during COVID -19 and inspired by images of faces seen around the world.
Hundreds of thousands of words have been written to express the human condition over the last few months. Josh Groban has managed to capture the emotion and turn it into soul-stirring lyrics with a remarkable melody that
Here are some of his thought-provoking words:
How will we return… where will we go, what will we do with all we’ve learned?
I won’t let this go to waste
I want someone I can touch
We are so connected, but never more alone
Life is meant to be shared
There is hope in all of us
There is love in all of us
There is God in all of us
Just keep moving forward thorough that open door
Just be strong, it won’t be long
I believe in all of us
What will you do with all you’ve learned during this unforgettable time? Please share your experiences and your newfound wisdom with us.
My husband and I have a small remembrance we picked up a few weeks ago. Our little Oliver has been here to hug and to hold as we reflect on how precious life can truly be.
Thank you, Josh Groban, for sharing your gift of music. This song is an anthem of hope for us all.
There are a few things I’ve learned. It’s important to cultivate hobbies. My husband and I are both readers. So we went through several books. My husband loves puzzles and I enjoy embroidery and scrapbooking. Together we also walked our neighborhood. We found that just watching tv isn’t enough, so look for things that bring you joy.
The second thing is that I learned is to appreciate family and friends. I spent a lot of time on the phone with other people just catching up.
I also learned that thoroughly washing our hands will become the new norm