During this time of uncertainty, many folks react in basic lizard brain fear. I’d like for us to do something different. Let’s think about this question:
How will you be remembered?
Will you be remembered as the one who made “just checking on you” phone and video calls to friends, relatives, colleagues and clients?
Will it be that you tried your best to balance work at home, teach your children, and still have giggling cuddle times?
Will you be remembered by your hours of dedication to sew masks, put care packages together for our health care workers, our first responders, our grocery store workers?
Will you be remembered as the one who went grocery shopping and made deliveries for your fragile neighbors?
Will you be remembered as the one who collected and delivered art & crafts supplies, games and puzzles for your local charity?
Will you be remembered as the one who participated in honoring teachers, children’s birthdays, graduating seniors with drive by, honk as you pass, community outreaches?
Will you be remembered as the one who made the decision to CHOOSE JOY?
Starting today, I’m going to post something beautiful on my Facebook page, just for you. I hope this will balance the negative news of this time.
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I want to be remembered as the person who brings joy and who reminds us all that there is still beauty to replenish our souls.
Let’s figure out how each of us can be of service to others. What are your personal and spiritual gifts that you can share? I’d like to know, so please share your thoughts with me.
I am a Southern California based Portrait, Commercial and Fine Art Photographer who sees the world a bit differently.