For the Love of Humanity
By Judi Lynch
Word Count – 654
Bio Word Count - 60
We are all now experiencing a situation we would never hope to witness on the Earth. People all over the world are living through a pandemic, many forced to quarantine themselves, watch from the inside looking out. Life as we all knew it will never be the same again. What this crisis has taught us this far is that there really are incredible humans with beautiful hearts who care and want to help.
The fear and anxiety out there is real. People have lost their lives. Families have lost sons, daughters, mothers, fathers, sisters, brothers, grandparents and friends. So many have lost their jobs and are left wondering how they are going to buy food and pay rent. It can be a real challenge to stay positive and have faith that we can and will get through this, stronger and wiser. This is a time of transition but also a time of unity. Our neighbors might need help but are afraid to ask. Just a kind word or gesture can help someone feel cared for. Our emotions can seem out of control, our thoughts scattered, unable to focus. It helps if we can center ourselves by calling and texting with others, reading a book, watching a comedy. Anything that helps take us out of excessive worry and mind chatter. Moving to help someone else through this difficult time helps us to balance our own feelings for unity.
There will always be those who seem not care to about what is happening and resist changing their life routine to help others. This can also cause us undue stress and to lose faith that people really are generally good. Thankfully, there are more who listen than not. We may not have to power to change the selfish choices, all we can do is help to protect our own lives and others the best we can.
It is so important now to put our hearts and minds together for solutions through assistance. This issue affects the whole planet, not just one country. We already have the resources to communicate with each other without ever being in the same room. We have science and spirituality working to come together. We know how the mind guides the body to heal and create. We also have tools such as meditation, prayer, music, art, dance to help us with our anxiety. The internet has helped us to understand that we are not alone. We can help motivate, inspire and spread the love by sharing how we feel, our talents, and words of encouragement.
We are more caring and amazing than we had ever realized. Those who are out there delivering supplies, food and medical care are the heroic souls that lift us all up. They are saving lives and proving that there is so much good out there. They deserve all the gratitude we can spare to shine. That gratitude becomes a true, real energy of hope and healing for the future. As we feel this change let our hope be that we can continue to rise up in understanding and caring for each other. Hope that we can realize just how much it will take to be strong and to keep moving forward together.
We are all connected as humans and our spiritual threads run deep. We can all collectively feel the emotions and thoughts of people all over the globe. Thousands of people in several countries are risking their lives to save others. If we continue to send out our gratitude for this selfless work and see how this is a window to the future of humanity, we will be blessed. This is the time of caring, healing and empathy. We have all been touched by circumstances out of our control. For the love of humanity and all that we truly are, we will get through it, changing for the better.
About the Author:
Judi Lynch is a psychic medium, intuitive counselor, healing channel and author. She is president of the Crystal Healing Foundation, Inc. a 501(c) spiritual charity and writer for OM Times Magazine. She has authored two books, Friends with Lights and Conscious Ascension and has read for clients all over the world. To learn more or contact for a session see judilynch.com
Article description: This is the time of caring, healing and empathy. We have all been touched by circumstances out of our control. For the love of humanity and all that we truly are, we will get through it, changing for the better.