If the coronavirus is teaching us one thing, it’s we must change our lifestyles, if we are to have a life. What we do now is important if us, our children and our children’s children are to have a future.
We must ALL change the way we live. If we made the call years ago, we wouldn’t have the coronavirus now. It is self inflicted. Not to change ourselves, or our lifestyles moving forward is going to cost more lives.
It is easier to change our lifestyle more than it is to change ourselves. We must look at our lives in the whole, look to simplify the parts of our lives that are complex that don’t concur with what we need to do moving forward.
We may be reluctant to reinvent ourselves, but it’s important if we are to heal and help heal the world. The world is sick. It is beneficial for us and our mental and emotional health. When we become at one with us, we will change, and so will our lifestyles. We need to start caring about each other and our planet.
We must be changed people through the coronavirus. We must work on de-cluttering our lives mentally and spiritually. So, make simple changes, think about the car you drive, clear out your cupboards, choose to recycle, buy what you need, rather than buy and waste what you buy.
You may also want to include people who are making you feel stressed and challenged as part of your declutter. Don’t stop at family, friends or work colleagues. Those in your life must have your back.