People have mixed emotions upon hearing that the enhanced community quarantine has been extended until May 15, 2020. We all have our perspectives and reflections about this. We are still in the phase of uncertainty. Many of us could also have a feeling that everything around has halted, and we do not know just yet when it will go back to its pace. As days go by, we may find ourselves overwhelmed—it feels as though maintaining our sanity is becoming difficult.
I know. I understand you. I am telling you this to remind you that you are not alone. Stop and breathe. There, how are you feeling? Hopefully, these self-reminders help you get through this situation. You may start your day with reading one reminder and make it as your point of reflection for the whole day.
We can do this!
“Everything is temporary. All of these shall come to pass.”
“May your day give you many reasons to be thankful and thoughtful.” – Anonymous
“Focus on everything you do have control.” – Anonymous
“Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you.” – Anne Lamot
“Keep good company, read good books, love good things and cultivate soul and body as faithfully as you can.” – Louisa May Alcott
“Don’t take your health for granted. Don’t take your body for granted. Do something today that communicates to your body that you desire to care for it. Tomorrow is not promised.” – Jada Pinkett Smith
“It’s okay not to be okay.”
“You’re going to be able to celebrate and appreciate closeness on new levels.” – Anonymous
“I release fear and welcome all change.” – Anonymous
“Be kind to yourself in the midst of stress.”
“You staying at home is helping the environment as you know.” – Anonymous
“The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” – C. Joybell C.
“You are not alone in your fight. We’re all in this together!”
“Thoughts become things, so pray, send your vibes, or do whatever you do to multiply the good—we need to contribute as much positivity as we possibly can.” – Anonymous
“This whole situation is a gateway to better humans and healthy nature.”