Reflection: After an Altering Event
At the time of this recording, voting has just ended for the Presidential Election, a pandemic is currently sweeping across the planet, extreme weather events continue to cause record flooding, drought, and wildfires, and hundreds of species of animals of every size face extinction every day.
There’s a lot happening in the world.
And that’s just in the world. What about what’s happening in your own life?
When an event – any event – alters our lives, we have to keep going on. And that’s hard.
But sometimes when our lives become upended because of the actions and decisions of other people, as in a forced termination or a medical separation from your career, or the thoughtless words of another person, or the discrimination and prejudice because of how you look or who you love, that altering event becomes even more complicated and painful.
And that’s worth looking at. Because you matter, that’s right, I’ll say it again, You Matter.
You’re not alone. Below are resources to use and share:
The natural world provides much calming support. Of course, we’re not always able to get back to nature when we’d like to, so here’s a little bit of the natural world for you:
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Moon Jelly LiveCam
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