Being aware of others’ perspective allows me to be more understanding and kind towards others.
By spreading hope and kindness.
It’s the antidote for negativity.
Simple: Things could always be worse.
Early morning, what a gift! This quiet time to read devotionals, talk to God, and meditate in his word is sacred to me. This precious “me” time is non-negotiable. I do not allow anything to interfere with it. Granted I get up at 4am to allow this quiet time, but oh, it is SO worth it!
Getting comfortable with not knowing = faith. I need more of this in today’s crisis.
The light of the horizon: the good news that Fauci reports we will plateau from Covid within a week. ?
Knowing things could always be worse. ?
For sunshine. Yesterday was a cloudy rainy day, darkening my mood. I’m grateful to live in the sunshine state.
For the world to be clear of covid. Vaccine, antibody tests, normalcy. ?
This prompts me to call the people I have had on “my list” but haven’t yet. This time of isolation is difficult for all, but especially the elderly who might not have computer contact/capabilities.
My boss continues to inspire me. We had the tough conversation of the strong possibility that I will be laid off in 10 days. She was transparent and genuine. She respected me enough to share the financial stresses of the company. While I’m fearful financially, I full of gratitude for authenticity.
The best is yet to come!
I can make a difference by sharing my faith and conviction that we WILL get through this, and be stronger as a result.
The calming inner voice of the Holy Spirit. It is where I find peace. I must continuously seek Him.
I get present.
Beautiful. Thank you dear Antoinette, have a blessed day. ?
Hi Kevin, Thank you for the reminder to focus on the immediate. I tend to project into the future “what if’s”. It’s much safer to stay in the present.
What a great reminder Antoinette. My mind has been racing to the future, the “what if’s”…all negative projections. In the present is where it is safest, for that is where truth lies.
I love that prayer. Thank you Patti, I will add this to my daily meditation. ?
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