In times of uncertainty, it is easy to focus on what’s making you anxious.
In today’s world, every day you are confronted with new information and forced to consider the unknown. There are different perspectives on everything and how respond. Depending on where you live, the questions are even more intense. Anxiety looms large.
Almost every conversation, meme, gif, news channel, and form of communication involves the Corona Virus. It has become our focus and understandably so. As a result, it’s important, now more than ever, to focus on peace and happiness.
So spend time each day focusing on something that brings you peace and happiness.
Additionally, practice sharing what you find with those you are with at home. If you live alone, find someone to speak and share with through video chat each day. Ask them, at the end of every day, “What brought you happiness today? What brought you peace?”
The goal is to give your brain a rest from the fear, negativity, and anxiety to which it is being exposed and wired for. Focus on something positive. Also, knowing you have to share this at the end of the day will encourage you to look for it. When you are looking for peace and happiness, you often find it in the simplest things.
It could be something like a good meme or gif. Or it can be something grander like the sun shining for the first time in a few days.
Shift your thoughts. Find peace and happiness in the midst of our unknown times.
Here are some of my favorite memes today. Hope they bring you some laughs and happiness.
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