Where do we begin?
What marks the start of any new adventure?
And what do we leave behind us when the future calls? ~Call the Midwife
The virus crisis we’re going through now isn’t the kind of adventure we want to have. We might not have even called it an “adventure” before. But it’s certainly uncharted territory and we are all navigating it as best we can.
Our own mortality lurks–and that offers us an opportunity to take stock of our lives. To reconsider how we spend our time and with whom. To think about what we want to do with the rest of our lives.
We might never again have the time and space to do this.
We can let these weeks go by in fear and anxiety, or we can use them for the deep work of looking inward at what we really want out of our lives.
I’ll leave it with words from last weekend’s episode of Call the Midwife:
“The gift is knowing that the present will soon pass and that the way we embrace it has the power to change everything.”
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Stay safe and well.