When cords are struck with articles I’ve written I’m happy for comments. With the article “What Happened To The Elders”, a symphony of cords was struck, leading to an uplifting and challenging conversation with one of my readers. You are the lucky recipient of that email conversation.
The Magic of Community is part of what has made the Camino so memorable — so impactful — for me.
I’ve walked the Camino de Santiago, the pilgrimage to the city of Santiago de Compostela in northwest Spain. Twice. The Camino has changed my life.
This video is to follow up on the article I recently wrote in the conclusion of the article series Getting Better, Not Older. And this is: Together.
In that article I talked about the three elements. The three points I made were:
Times have changed when it comes to the discussion of getting older. It’s an interesting evolution that has become more poignant with the COVID-19 pandemic.
You’ll hear about many ways to make and keep your resilience strong. You hear about the value of community, consistent routines for self-care, and setting goals. Those are all valuable and when you use them all, they make for a good foundation to keep you resilient in the face of adversity and challenges. Part of the message is to develop good mental health.
I’m using this video to continue processing and sharing my thoughts about the article, Getting Rid of Fear, which came about when a client who had just finished the course, Transform Fear Into Action, said, “You can’t get rid of all fear.”