Look for the Good

Professional Speaker-Positive Attitude-Personal Development

Some days I wake up and I feel like I’m in an episode of The Twilight Zone. I watch the news and see people dressed in full medical gowns, wearing face masks and gloves, and I think this must be happening in another country far from here. Then I look out the window and realize – it’s happening right here in my own back yard.

How do we train our mind, our soul, to get through the day? How do we find a way to keep our sanity?

For me, I have to make a conscious choice to LOOK FOR THE GOOD.

That’s why I’m watching the funny videos now. Not only because they make me laugh, but because someone actually cared enough to take the time to help make someone else’s day a little easier. I see the photo of the man holding up a homemade sign for the health care providers at the emergency room, thanking them for saving his wife’s life, and tears run down my cheek.

I find my strength in others. Those, who in this time of unbelievable chaos and stress, find enough love in themselves to reach out to someone else who is struggling more than they are. And I am amazed and awed by the human spirit. It is only through the strength of others that I am able to get through my day. My level of gratitude will never be the same.

 

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2 thoughts on “Look for the Good”

  1. Pamilyn Hatfield says:

    Nancy, my Brother died on Easter Morning, not of COVID but other causes. I am shocked at the strenghth my Sister in law and I have. Humans are pretty amazing.

    1. Nancy says:

      OMG, Pam. I am so sorry to hear about your brother. It’s different losing a sibling – my heart and prayers are with you.

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