If talking about a particular experience, there is that point of reference “before 2020 and after…” And no matter what kind of one’s point of view someone has, or what kind of opinion about this whole situation, we all have to deal with it. Liking it, or not. But what if we turn this entire situation around Covid, mainly the tight grip we are experiencing, to our advance?
If there is something to learn from Covid in general, it probably is that we’ve taken life for granted, that it can change overnight! Lately, more than ever, I recall some of the most intimate conversations I had with people passing or in transition (depending on someone’s believes). Whatever it is called, these people’s insides and valuable lessons had for me I consider as priceless. Without regrets or remorse, they’d wish they had done two things more often: saying “I love you” to their loved ones. And leaving the past in the past instead of dragging it with them. Allowing it to ruin significant parts of their daily life.
Today I’ll talk about:
- What has cooking from the trashcan to do with the choices/decisions we make…
- So-called Hallmark quotes
- How just 30 seconds in the morning can change a whole day
The 3 things in the morning: Free Joyfulness
Book: Eckhart Tolle