Generation Z

www.youtube.com/watch

We are all connected at the heart or in need of it.

What does that mean?

In a word compassion, stick with that kind of person.

Be that kind of person.

Today and tomorrow we need generation Z.

I bet you do too, especially all those building relationships.

So, yes, some of us don’t see the connections because we are at the generational crossroads and are stuck seeing only the difference.

But I for one, want to admit, I owe every generation Z a big apology and am very sorry for my lack of compassion and support.

And my hope is that people watch this vid, if for no other reason than awareness.

So, please become aware, support Gen Z.

We all support life!

Beat The Winter Blues, Clean Up!

I am going to start my day, the same as any other…

The only difference is that I am going to work for myself.

I envision a workday of visiting and talking to relatives, meals and chores, not necessarily in that order.

I will get an hour walk, pick up groceries (remember cash back and ask for loonies for laundry).

My goal is to visit mom around 9-10AM.

Head home and cook chicken and the rest of my lunch (carrots and potatoes with a chocolate dessert).

Do laundry, take out garbage, do hand wash (silk pillow cases: improves sleep quality!). Do dishes (while listen to some hot Jazz), vacuum, clean bathroom (probably use beats blue tooth with “Extreme Ways” blaring in my ears).

What else? I will need to fit in a call to my sister, ad lib any other social interactions or situations…

You get the idea, I will be too busy to be ‘blue’. How about you?

Happy weekend!

P.S. I’m taking my relatives to the casino tomorrow, wish me luck (with them of course).

All the Ways We’ll Beat the Winter Blues This Season

All the Ways We’ll Beat the Winter Blues This Season
— Read on www.google.ca/amp/s/www.nytimes.com/2019/02/08/style/winter-blues-seasonal-affective-depression.amp.html

Just a gentle reminder to grab “February Blues” by the throat and take back some self control.

A Sense Of Death

Many say there is no reason to fear death.

Yet, we fear the unknown.

It may not be a choice.

It may simply be the reality.

With enough exposure, we will feel the fear.

This may simply be the internal senses within our body becoming feelings of fear and anxiety.

Listen to this 97 year old philosopher, and learn what you can about dying, because it is part of living, for all of us.

CDC announces first US case of coronavirus that killed 9 in China

Health officials have also confirmed cases of the Wuhan coronavirus in Thailand, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan.
— Read on www.cnbc.com/2020/01/21/cdc-to-announce-first-us-case-of-china-coronavirus-that-has-killed-6-cnn-reports.html

The coronavirus is being expressed with a lot of concern.

It is important to be aware and follow this fast moving story about a new global virus.

World Health Organization is meeting next Wednesday to determine the rating of the problem.

Please stay informed and support the effort.

Compassionate, Kind, Silent

Be compassionate, help yourself and others when in need.

Be kind and do no harm.

Be silent and learn to watch and listen, do not judge.

Virtues grow with action, and improve with practice.

They are available for all who choose them.