This is the forth #CrisisIsTheNewCoach episode – the weather outside is frightful but my mood is so delightful for the late March blossom and bloom – at least it forces everybody to respect the latest health norms in order to prevent the virus from spreading and also to maintain the isolation mode/quarantine.
I’ve been thinking about this “social distancing” global mess, which is clearly a very poor use of words, subconsciously encouraging individuals to lack respect towards one another and distance themselves from societal values and community shared beliefs.
First of all, it is a “spatial distancing” that is required when you must keep a 2-3 meters distance from your peers and avoid mass gatherings.
It is space we must keep between us, not the avoidance of respectful contact, while we treat peers like enemies. Perhaps this is the reason why everybody is so out of tune lately, with panic and fear raising high while they are programmed to cultivate this “social distancing”, forgetting the basic traits which keep a community together, such as mutual respect, generosity, support, conflict resolution, compassion, responsible cooperation, trust and empathy.
🛎 Where are all these values when you question why are some people allowed to come back to their countries?
🛎 Where’s your self respect when you waste your time spying on your neighbors because some of them “dared” to go out of the house and do some shopping?
🛎 Do you really think all elders feed on air or why is it that you’re filming them when they cross the street?
These are some deep questions that intrigue me, along the damaging social distancing mentality and the scarcity mindset gaining momentum. As ever, (self) education is the key.
You certainly have time now so just think about it…
🔮 How do you feel now about your neighbors?
What do you think about when you see a person on the street?
🔮 What feelings regarding the pandemic arise when you check out social media?
🔮 What kind of information circulates on the groups you are in?
Do not let bullshxt clutter your judgement – show some God Damn leadership skills.
Be an example for your community, not the fool pointing fingers elders do their grocery shopping or do some gardening unaccompanied. It is a terrible waste of energy to put your immune system at risk by processing all kinds of negative emotions encouraged by limited people and limiting beliefs.
I have myself limited my presence to 2 hours maximum on social media, less than the world average per day. Imagine the average during the times we live in 🙂
#PrincessaPetra #GloryToTheHoly #Proph3ticJustice