Posted in Holidays & Environment

Gobble & Give

With the ongoing layoffs plus the holiday season approaching, I thought to share my short scribble. This time of the year can trigger various things for people. Accept this as a normal thing. Some people may not even have anyone to celebrate with. That’s normal too. Holidays are not a Hallmark movie for all eight billion people on our dear planet Earth. Even if you meet people for holiday gatherings, offer kindness and empathy. Then actively give those essentials to people after the holidays and every day. Realistically, unless you are a strong empath, this is easier said than done. I can do a session or write another post on that piece, but let’s take away this much today. Can we? Keep finding or improving your ways of acting with empathy. Happy & Healing Holidays!

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Posted in Holidays & Environment

Healing Holidays

As you are in the holidays-spirit and meet people, I just thought to share a warm reminder that not all genuine hardships can be seen. The person sitting next to you might be fighting a difficult battle that is unseen. Do not overwhelm people by reminding them of their issues if they act differently. Please do not compare your situation to theirs especially if you are in a better state than them, for example sharing about your good health when they are sick can cause them anxiety or stress. If you have no support to offer then at least genuinely pray for their healing. Materialistic things can be bought, but in my opinion, what matters the most is the time, emotions, and the quality of thoughts that you choose to give.

If someone is trying to heal from health issues that cannot be seen, then it could already be difficult for them to share their issues with even their own family. If they make the effort to share them with you, then please let them know that you won’t judge them and that you won’t push your opinions on them. You may offer support by just being with them, and by listening to them, even if that means listening again to the same thing that they might have already shared. You can ask them what you can do for them. Most of the time, they won’t have an answer to that, so just listen to whatever they can say. As always, show empathy and pray for their healing!

May the holidays bring me, you and the world with immense healing and good health.

Have healing holidays!