Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Dear Snowflake,


It is okay to take mental health days and care for yourself.  


"Life," as the great Sage once said, "is a marathon; the key is endurance."  


There is no need to make trying times more miserable, to make the worst of times worse. 


At times, physical health affects mental health and vice versa.  


Make sure you take care of both.  


While in COVID-19 lockdown, some of the depressed moods experienced may have stemmed from not getting enough sunlight, exercise and diversity of food proteins and vitamins.


Therefore, make sure you are hydrating, getting plenty of sleep, vitamins, such as D and E, and exercise.


Also remember, spiritual health impacts all aspects of life.  


And prayers never hurt. 


Try beginning with a Serenity Prayer…..


"Lord, 

Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

Courage to change the things I can,

and wisdom to know the difference."


Begin by giving control to the Lord and respecting yourself.  


Live life, not control it.  


Do your best in life, because that is all you can do and only what the Lord expects, and leave the rest to the Lord.  



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