Yesterday, I wanted to write an article about the Value of Connections and the importance of staying in touch. I wanted to share the good that came from twice moving an in-person networking breakfast to an online gathering. How everyone was thrilled with the opportunity to say hello because everything else had cancelled.
I then planned to talk about how this is the perfect time to plan for when things reopen and offer support for what one can do now.
Each time I tried to write; the words would not come. I had the worst time focusing on what had gone well. There was LOTS that had gone well.
I slept well last night and the night before. I noticed I felt calm when I woke up today. I also felt calm Tuesday morning. Yesterday, I did not.
Although, I know what we think about we create, I spent most of the day yesterday coming from fear.
Yesterday afternoon, while sitting in the car while my brother ran a quick errand, picking up his dry cleaning, I said to myself, “it’s a good thing I’m not going to run into anyone I know.” I was dressed casually, no make-up or bling. My hair was wind/rain blown.
We then stopped at a local restaurant to get takeout for dinner. Inside, was a cameraman shooting video on the impact COVID-19 has on local restaurants. Next thing, he’s talking to us and we made the local news. You can watch the clip here.
I didn’t connect ALL the dots until much later that evening. My day began listening to a wonderful talk on “PR Tips for Small Business & Soloprenuers” and finished with a few seconds being featured on the local news.
In my inbox this morning was a newsletter from The Foundation for Living Medicine. Dr. Gladys McGarey expressed her gratitude and love for all the support she received while recuperating from a bad fall. Dr. Gladys spoke about the importance of coming from love.
“Let me share with you what I have known… and it has certainly deepened through this experience. Love is the great healer.”
What are your thoughts creating?
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Please remember, “Love is the great healer.” Have a beautiful and blessed day.