As we face this pandemic that has forced all of humanity to pause and take a much-needed break, let us be GRATEFUL. Let us take this opportunity to reflect on all the things in our lives that are going well. Let us also reflect on the things that we need to improve on so we may come out of this crisis, better and stronger than we were when it started.
While we practice physical-distancing and self-quarantine, we can use this as an opportunity to focus on our health, our family, relationships and all the things we have always wanted to do but never had time for.
How fortunate are we to have the power of the internet to stay connected and communicate even in isolation. Let’s be GRATEFUL for the people working tirelessly to support our food supply and health care systems. Let’s be GRATEFUL for our governments who are working together across borders to find a solution to this worldwide crisis.
Now is a great time to use the resources being offered for free, throughout the world wide web, allowing us access to the world’s greatest museums, art galleries, online books and university courses. In this time of uncertainty, there is still so much to be GRATEFUL for.
Nature has asked us to take a pause. Let’s listen, pause, reflect and be GRATEFUL.
I’m so grateful for being able to communicate with people all over tge world, cost effectively….reach out to someone thats been laid on your heart
I agree with the blog! Being grateful for what you have is such a strong and positive feeling which makes us believe that everything which is going on in our lives is for our own good and that there’s a presence of a higher energy which is looking over us. I am grateful for having such a caring circle of friends, amazingly motivating mentors and loving parents in my life. I am grateful for being a part of the team which is focusing on making people’s lives better and helping them to reconnect with themselves.