JJ's (Mar 2020) Tips in this issue:
1. Uncharted waters!
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It’s the end of our two weeks of lockdown here in San Jose, California! We’re staying in our home except for going out to work in essential businesses or getting food, medical help or other essentials. Walking the neighborhood six feet away from others and connecting on social media and phones have helped. Questioning what day it is seems to be the norm too. We’re in uncharted waters, so to speak!
What are your thoughts and feelings about how our lives and others around the world have been impacted by this virus? How are you coping?
A speaking colleague, Janet Lapp, sent this to me and I thought it was a positive way to think about our world-wide situation.
WHAT IF ... "There is so much fear, and perhaps rightfully so, about COVID-19.
And, what if…
Reconnecting with family and community.
Reducing travel so that the environment, the skies, the air, our lungs all get a break.
Working from home rather than commuting to work (less pollution, more personal time).
An invitation to turn inwards — a deep meditation — rather than the usual extroverted going out to self-soothe.
A reset economically.
To face our mortality — check back into “living” life rather than simply working, working, working.
And, washing our hands — how did that become a “new” thing that we needed to remember. But, yes, we did.
The presence of Grace for all.
In our remembrance of what it means to be connected, humane, living a simpler life, to be less impactful, more kind to our environment.
An offering from my heart this morning. Offered as another perspective. Another way of relating to this virus, this unfolding, this evolution.
It was time for a change, we all knew that.
Stay well, and don’t forget to do something everyday that makes you feel good, happy and fun-loving, even if it’s only for a few minutes!
JJ's FAVORITE QUOTES:
"Formulate and stamp indelibly on your mind a mental picture of yourself as succeeding. Hold this picture tenaciously. Never permit it to fade. Your mind will seek to develop the picture…Do not build up obstacles in your imagination."
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