I hope you are all doing well and keeping in good spirits through these tough times.
Like the good, the bad will pass too, and hopefully, we will be able to resume our previous routines again, if that’s what you want.
Let’s not lose ourselves in this moment of time and try to practice mindfulness to keep our self connected in the now and with our loved ones.
Practicing mindfulness will help you have control over your thoughts and feelings and will help you to identify which of these thoughts and feelings are serving you and which are not. Maybe doing some meditation and clearing your mind to strengthen your focus, will help you gain perspective on life and what you plan to do in your next chapter.
From this pandemic, most of us have realised that we don’t have much control on events and happenings around us, and for me it has to be a big eye-opener that bad things can happen to anyone of us, a retrospective of where we are in the world, being in the one the wealthiest countries we are facing major trials.
My heart and gratitude goes out to our front line key workers who are dedicating their lives to serve the rest of us.
Thank you soo much! May God keep you all safe.
If anything we can learn is to become better versions of ourselves and gain perspective of life, relationship, and things that really matter.
Practicing mindfulness will help you get into now and help you utilise this time wisely. So love, live, think, learn, pray, meditate, show gratitude, and have patience and most of all have empathy- empathy fuels connection and at this time we need to remain connected.
I am passing my time nicely, reading, and listening to audiobooks.
Download the amazon audio Free 30-day trial to explore fiction and non-fiction, you will definitely increase your knowledge and keep yourself healthy and at the same time will be entertained. Reading is a must and happy pursuit. Enjoy!
Keep safe and well