Disaster never gives us notice. We are always caught by it unexpectedly and unprepared.
It calls for us to give our best every time.
Where does encouragement enter?
Encouragement is the difference you can make, whether it’s on the front lines in hospitals, grocery stores, human services, or just staying at home.
You have the ability to help yourself and others through this by sharing your courage in ways that give your brain some creative exercise.
This is a call to rise above your normal self to think of how you can make it better.
After reading The Only Plane in the Sky, the account by many people who were dragged into the drama of 9/11, I believe every one of us has the ability to both give courage to others as well as finding our own.
There was so much courage on 9/11.
This is also such a time.
It’s time to start the day thinking about how you can lend your courage to yourself, to your family or to someone else who is having trouble finding theirs.
Today, at 9am we are having a zoom call to talk about Courage in Uncertain Times. Please join us here: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/611999612