The following has been provided by Ken Rook and may get some of you thinking.
There is a saying, “Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, today is a gift.”  That is why today is called the present.  In difficult times like what we are experiencing that saying has even more meaning.
What Was:
It is true, yesterday is history, it is past and cannot be changes.  That does not mean we should forget it; it is what made us who we are.
It will always be there in our memories.
There will be good and bad times, happy and sad times, dull times and exciting times, times to savour and times to regret, times to remember and times to forget.
What we must do is remember and cherish all the good times we have enjoyed and although we cannot forget the bad times, we must leave them in the past and not let them spoil the present and the future.
What Is:
As the saying goes, today is a gift.  At the moment probably not a favourite gift, but we must remain positive, look at what we have and be grateful for it.  We could be much worse off, as many are. 
If we do everything the Government requires, we will play a big part in helping to overcome this virus that is causing so much grief throughout the world. 
The world will survive and recover, as it has done before, through other pandemics, world wars and natural disasters.  Hopefully when this is over the world will be a better place.
Today is a gift, we are here, we are safe, we have the love and support of family and friends and we will get up to a new gift each morning.
What Will Be:
Tomorrow will always be a mystery.  We make plans, have things we want to do and things we look forward to.  But we never know what will be and quite often thing do not go as planned.  That will never change.
As difficult as things are, as uncertain as things seem, we must still look forward with hope and expectation.  We know things will improve; we know things will get back to normal.  Probably not back as exactly as they were, but we can expect that things will eventually be better, possibly better than before.   
The message is “Stay Home, Stay Safe”, I would add to that and include “Stay Happy, Stay Positive”.
If things are not what you want, you can be sure that they are never as bad as they could be.
Ken Rook August 2020