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We meet them every day — people who are unhappy, unfriendly, rude, and sometimes, downright mean. Approaching others from a perch of arrogance and entitlement, they view life with a dismal perspective, often living a distorted sense of reality.
We do it every day, all day long — self-talk, that private conversation we have with ourselves. It’s going on in our heads around the clock. And occasionally, when our inner voice is determined to be heard, we actually say what we’re thinking, out loud.
Coronavirus is changing our culture. New social dictates are being established in the name of health and safety. They’re important and, I hope, only temporary.
The reality of being at home for nearly two weeks is starting to settle in. And the social animal in me is beginning to get a little, well, antsy.
For the moment, the world is on pause. The regulatory mandates set in place across the country are requiring us to keep our distance, step back from our usual activities, and stay at home.
Have you ever felt out of sync with the universe? It’s the sense that something, or everything, isn’t quite right. You might feel edgy, or depressed, or unclear about yourself and the future …
Last year, my younger sister visited Peru with friends to make the trek to Machu Picchu. Located in the Andes Mountains, Machu Picchu was declared a Peruvian Historic Sanctuary in 1981 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983. As I listened to her talk about the trip, her excitement was contagious …