Self knowledge may have a resurgence after all the chaos on the society plate.
I need to reflect on my own power to maintain myself.
There is one fundamental truth￼, know yourself.
So, why do we doubt ourselves amd society at large.
I think it is due to self harm: the last two years has seen a pandemic like Covid and fentanyl.
Each of us has been challenged by these events in negative and perhaps more recently a number of positive ways.
There are many tangled up parts to ourselves that we process on the daily basis, but were overwhelmed by them these last two years.
I count myself lucky that it hasn’t been worse.
For the most part, I am grateful for my job, friends and family.
So, why state the obvious?
Recovery from our pain and lose over this two years means different things to different people.
To me it means do no harm, get on and enjoy my better day.
I still inch on with normalcy like everyone.
But I focus on my philosophy, family and friends with care.
I focus on myself and my work with care.
I strive to do no harm.
Recently, I have found some joy in reconnecting with old habits like going to the library.
Being a fan of the institute, I am happy to witness its resurrection from restrictions, and other changes.
I am beginning to practice my weekly routine to visit and borrow in person. I recommend “News and How To Use It.” It has a short introduction by a mainstream expert and an alphabet selection of his important opinion that will inspire those who need to know.
Lastly, I recommend that everyone needs to visit their local library once a week. Try on this good habit, who knows what you will pickup at being ‘normal’ in society at large.
I think we all need to reconnect with our society. Get ready for round two of the pandemics, we all need to take back our personal power by finding some recovery from what has happened over the last two years.