I wrote a post 10 months ago giving lots of practical suggestions for developing and maintaining your endurance- physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually – to help you get through the pandemic. It was a helpful reminder to me, in developing endurance to get through any challenging time. I’m going to share it again today. You can find it here. Why don’t you try one of my suggestions and let me know how it goes?
At times, when it is difficult, we just need to focus on doing what needs to be done today. One step at a time. One foot in front of the other.
It’s been a much better week for me. I changed a few things which I think made a difference. I started walking again – I’d taken a break while it was so very cold. I also started experimenting with some other things – cold showers and some breathing techniques. – this is new for me and I will write more about it another time depending on how it goes and if I stay with it. I’m reminded that when we change what is happening in our bodies, it often makes an impact on our thoughts and emotions.
This Week’s Photos
While I am getting sick of winter, there is still joy to be found when I look for it in the snow beneath the green of the trees, the sunrise which reminds me that night always ends and the icicles in the water. What you see depends on where you look, and where you look makes a difference.
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2 thoughts on “We Will Get Through This”
I like your photos! The trees remind me of community. Right now we’re spread out, like lone trees in a farmer’s field, but by this fall we will likely be more like the pine trees in the first photo, albeit with masks. I also like the photo of the icy stream – the ice shapes reminds me of a maple leaf. And although Canadians are not the first ones to get the vaccine we will get it, and we will keep being happy we live in such a fantastic country.
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Thank you. Finding beautiful things to look at helps me feel more positive. The thought of being together (even with masks ) makes me feel so good. I don’t want to take that for granted ever again.