Serving up a coffee break story!
Where is the love? If you’re like me, you’re feeling the weight of way too much anger and grief headlining the news. It’s exhausting and incredibly frustrating to witness or read about rampant deep divisiveness and tragedy unfolding. The negativity is a weight on our collective souls.
Which is why I’m focused on being a positive influence in all my social engagements. My reach may not extend far. But I know I impact each person I encounter.
More than ever before, we need to share Love!
Without Love, we disengage and build barriers. Silos form.
I don’t know anyone who can turn the current world trajectory around any time soon. But I do know that we can each take responsibility for how we as individuals interact with each other.
We can create little circles of love that begin rippling outward.
Won’t you join me?
Disclaimer: Today’s post is in no way intended as a political comment nor am I seeking political discourse here. Everyone is hurting. Everyone is troubled with the state of the world. Let’s focus on what we can do to soften the current mood. We can agree on that, no?
Every Day and Every Way, Love is the Answer
Tag a friend
Tell a neighbor
Show a stranger
Set the example
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Love in a time of turmoil and change—What does it mean to you?
The Wrap on Community Love
In an ever-changing world that never stops spinning, remember:
- We are wired to be connected, not compartmentalized
- Our energy impacts each other
- Our thoughts and beliefs fuel our words and actions
- Circle back here for a short story on the art of conversation
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Your Next #CoffeeBreakStory! While you might think writers are generally writing for others, I think there are many times we are actually writing for ourselves.
Take five for a new coffee break story! The present moments feel satisfyingly full when I appreciate what a gift they truly are! I’m referring
“The authentic self is soul made visible.” —Sarah Ban Breathnach Each day is a new start to show up with authenticity. I’m not afraid to take