The world has never seemed as collectively still as it does right now.
The world holds many stories of market crashes, terrorism, and outbreaks. Each period is fashioned with its language, brimming with emotions and human experience.
Sometimes, being still can help one listen more intently.
Information is not the only goal in listening but rather, wisdom.
Stories carry wisdom, wisdom that many others need to flourish, gained from an alternative perspective.
During this global pandemic, the economy has fluctuated with job losses and economic upheavals, changing the landscape for all of 2020 and perhaps forever.
The rubric of our world has changed externally and internally, potentially forever. While many are struggling mentally and emotionally, we all have voices that carry energy.
Your voice can release grace and truth to hungry hearts and empty souls.
Paul, the apostle, was familiar with a voice he heard on the road to Damascus. The voice, accompanied by light, transformed his life forever. Although he had a life-changing experience, he still battled blindness and darkness for three days. -Acts 9:3-9. There are seasons where darkness can follow illumination but it imperative to remember, the darkness will not last.
There is hope on the other side for brighter reality. One that needs our voice to usher in the brilliance of hope.We, too, can use our voices to spark an illuminating revelation for others. Click To Tweet
Human connection is oxygen for our souls, yet many of us have fallen prey to overlooking a loved one’s needs or grappling with balancing work-life dynamics.
The longer we live through this period of significant social isolation, the more apparent is the adverse effects of a lack of healthy human connection.
Thankfully, technology can be put to use to keep us connected and emotionally balanced.Now is the chance to extend a kind word, call a neighbor, or seek out elderly relatives to lighten a load of loneliness with the power of uplifting words. #quarantinediaries. Click To Tweet
This is an opportune time to remind people of their inherent value and cultivate the strength of a connection.
These moments and memories will ultimately make up your quarantine diary. It is a piece of your legacy that can potentially impact generations to come.
What do you hope to read when your future self looks back at your quarantine diary in years to come?