‘We’re Skyping and singing, clapping and caring’: Michael Morpurgo Writes for the Mail on Sunday

Writing for the Mail on Sunday, Michael Morpurgo discusses the dark times we have all found ourselves in due to the global coronavirus pandemic. Rather than despair, Michael notes that he has hope that after the virus has been beaten, we may all be able to recreate a world better than the one we were living in prior to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Whilst practicing social distancing and in focusing on healing isolation, Michael asks, ‘are we not discovering in ourselves and in others so much that we might have forgotten?’

Despite the global uncertainty, Michael believes that ‘hope springs eternal, with good reason.’

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