Imagine a world that is more loving, more compassionate, and more forgiving. There is less racial injustice. Communities and people from different backgrounds embrace each other. Everybody is treated equally under the law and in reality.
It almost seems like a utopia too good to be true, right?
Yet, it’s a mission that is just and worth standing for. I believe compassion is the key to manifesting a world that is freer and more equitable. But before we can change society, we must start with ourselves. Enriching the lives of the people within your community begins with having compassion for yourself.
I have been working from home for as long as I can remember – at least 30 years! When COVID-19 forced most of the world to stay home or work from home, it didn’t change this for me.
What the appearance of COVID-19 did change for me is that I began to feel so tired all the time. I went to sleep earlier and got up later, thinking I was pushing myself too much. However, the more I slept, the more I felt that I needed to sleep. I didn’t feel ill or anxious in any way, therefore I was uncertain as to what was happening. And I was experiencing pain that periodically shifted from one location in my body to another.
I needed an answer to this unexplained fatigue and fast!
How to Live a Meaningful Life: 5 Tips to Find Your Purpose, Manifest Your Values, and Increase Happiness
If you don’t have meaning in your life, life can feel merely like an accumulation of experiences.
When you learn how to live a meaningful life, everything you do and everything that happens for you has a purpose.
Even now, the coronavirus outbreak can add meaning to your life. And it’s up to you to find that meaning and embrace it.
We’re living in stressful times.
How are you coping amidst all the changes related to coronavirus?
You, like many other women, might be struggling — whether it’s from losing your job, keeping your family healthy, or securing basic supplies for your home.
Some days might even feel like a battle just to make ends meet.
Resilience looks like the woman who loses her job but polishes her resume and starts seeking career opportunities.
Resilience looks like doing the best you can, even when coronavirus has disrupted your daily life.
Resilience is showing up for yourself every day, even when it feels like you’re carrying the world on your shoulders.
You don’t need a suit and cape to conquer your challenges.
All you need is resilience. And I’m going to show you how to be more resilient when you’re feeling overwhelmed with life.
The news you see on the media can feel unnerving. Overwhelming, even.
But this unexpected situation raises some unique opportunities. You might, for example, find yourself with more free time.
How will you use that extra time?
You could use that time worrying about the news and obsessing about forces beyond your control.
Doing it all is possible. But that shouldn’t suggest that you must do it alone.
Independence can be virtuous. But so can balance and vulnerability. Asking for help lets you maintain that balance between getting where you want to go and preserving your health.
And in this post, I’ll show you how to do that.
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