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  1. Such a great message and wonderful tips, Katherine. I learned many years ago to give up the things that I cannot control…turn them over to the power that is greater than me. Once I learned how to do that, my panic and anxiety and stress and worry have essentially left me completely. It is an important skill to learn and I am glad that I learned it because in times like these I am able to sit back in my solitude and appreciate the good things that I do have in life. While I am bewildered by the current state of things, I am not worried. All things turn out exactly as they are meant to and there is always, always a lesson to be learned. Thank you for being a shining light in the blogging community!


  2. Thank you so much for sharing your own experiences…it really helps us understand what we are going through ourselves. I walked in the forest today….that soothes my soul. Take care of yourself my friend and stay healthy! Hugs from Florida, Diane

  3. Kathrine,
    Thanks so much for posting this…The reason why our son moved in with us for the duration of this health crisis is that he suffers from anxiety and panic attacks which he had under control for many years but the stress at work of going to working from home ( he set up all the remote equipment and programs needed for workers to work from home) and then the fact that he would be home alone for 24/7 being that he was working from home was too much for him. He sought help from our Dr. immediately and had medication that he was on increased and a new one added. He then came to live with us even though he is only 5 minutes up the road. He took last week off to get himself under control and feel “safe” again and is now going to work at his apartment during the day but coming back here. It is working out well and he is doing great. Mental Health is an issue that we all need to be focused on in this time along with physical help!! Hats off to you for sharing your story!! I appreciate it!!
    Stay safe, healthy and happy!!

    1. Hi Debbie, Sometimes it’s important to share something you know people will connect with their own story. Prayers for your son. I hope you’ll share this meditation with him as a compliment to his current regimen. Big Hugs!

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