Everything Else!,  Mindset Mastery

Maintaining My Grateful Heart Amidst the Covid Crises

Covid19 has officially taught me how beautiful a single touch is.

How soft his kiss is.

How comforting a hug is.

How cozy a cuddle is.

How warm a hand is to hold.

How blessed I am to be home with my son.

How sacred a handshake is.

How FaceTime is a blessing.

How a call hello can make your day.

How important it is to remain in a grateful state of mind.

How without our health, we’re nothing.

Covid has been teaching me a lot about myself, my life, the world around me, and what truly matters most. It has also taught me to be patient, to love through distance, to laugh often, and to be present in each moment.

I’m someone who tries to find the “bright side of things”- that too is a blessing because even though everything is seemingly falling apart around me, I’m finding blessings wrapped up in the chaos.

Count your blessings.

Take a moment to be grateful for what you do have. When you do this, you can temporarily forget about all of the worries that is going on in your mind and in your heart. The fear. The worry. The struggle. The pain. The loneliness. The uncertainty. Being grateful does not make you ignorant, uneducated to the matter, or complacent. It does not mean that you are less sad, less scared, less worried than everyone else. It simply means that in the midst of crises, you are choosing to feel something other than negative emotions and in my mind, it’s our duty to maintain the vibrations of the world so that we still feel loved, happy, grateful and blessed during these uncertain times. So…

Give love and be patient- Remember, you are not alone, we are all in this together 💜

And just when you feel like it will “never end”, remember that the sun always rises and the spring always follows the winter.

I’d love for you to come and hang out with me on Instagram- you can find me @casshenrycoaching. I’d love to hear about how you’re holding up with all of this. Sorry-not-sorry but I try and be the light when darkness hits because I know how scary darkness can be.