Covid-19 Reflection   1 comment


Thoughts and Writings on Mental Health and Mindfulness

A current crisis is surrounding the world and suffocating some. Schools are closed and the word “essential” has taken on new meaning. What once seemed important has faded into memory, and the things that make life worth living: love, family, friendship, loyalty, integrity, food, employment, health, and nature have emerged once again forcing us to take notice. I’m not saying these things were not important to people before this crisis. I am saying that we have all been forced to slow down, pause, even stop, and recognize that our material items, favorite, restaurants, movie theaters, iphone, and so on, now take a backseat to what we actually live for.

Will we forget after we all pay our debt? I am seeing and hearing about more and more people having home cooked meals, taking walks in the woods, talking about social emotional learning in schools, being grateful for the small things…

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Posted April 5, 2020 by kenneturner in Information

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  1. I agree with your reflection. Uncertainty is the condition that impels man to unfold his powers. I had my own reflection on the current situation and wrote an article about it titled “The Art of Living in Uncertain Times” – – Feel free to check it out.

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