“When not lost in comparing how life used to be with the way things are now, we acknowledge the opportunity to balance out a life of constant doing with the soul-nourishing necessity of learning how to let things be.
All too often, human beings promise to let things be, once they have used their efforts and ambitions to make life into environments of a preferred outcome.
This conditioned patterned has been successfully interrupted by the coronavirus outbreak, where no matter how deeply we want to speed up the quarantining process, it is an opportunity to strengthen the equally-vital skillset of letting things be, as a means of discovering that while we may not be able to change the cards we’ve been dealt, we always have the chance to make the most of this moment by becoming more aligned with the inherent flow of nature, which means strengthening relationships with ourselves as well as those we love.
Whether this time of incubation gives us the time and space to explore the inner ambitions that a full-time schedule rarely made time for, or the ability to finally enjoy quality time with those we love, or even a chance to process vulnerable emotions based on current or past losses, we are living at a time, where learning to let things be is the only way to peacefully move through this moment of global pause.”
Matt Kahn, email@example.com