Dear readers near and far,
Love you all especially UK, India, France and USA, Spain and every country in this world!
I greet you with love from California where I sit and ponder all that is happening. Here are some of my most pronounced observations~
Empty streets- people out of love are staying home to prevent the spread of this pandemic, what a beautiful act of love…
Schools are closed- families are reuniting with their loved ones in this time of utter disruption of the normal. note- if you are home with your kids take the time to teach them your pledge of allegiance of whatever country you are from or in. Get a small flag and make this a part of your new norm.
Fear of anyone closer than six feet- solidarity in respecting the the spread of this virus and showing many signs of support of all the health care workers. Wish I could share what I saw on Facebook, people in various countries were clapping, flashing their lights from their homes and applauding all who are on the front lines of this scary virus.
Confusion- we are all a bit confused right now about how this will all end up but I plead with you to look within and work hard on your inner child. Get back to play remembering your favorite pastime from childhood and practice it at your adult level. Mine is skipping and last night as I finished my five miles of walking I added skipping to some fun music in my back yard under the stars and moon.
Confusion continued- Look within and ask yourself am I living the best life I can in isolation? Am I taking care of first the basics and then the pluses, the pluses being anything new that interests you. My friend is learning to play the ukulele, I am doing tons of self care right now even though I a confused right now too. I am looking deep within and trying to find my purpose right now in this time of utter craziness. I have signed up to help others with wellness phone calls to seniors in our local city because the key to happiness is…
Noble or kind deeds and hot baths!
Treat yourself good during this time of uncertainty. I am looking up still to God who is the answer in this time as much as ever.