A Note To Give You Strength

Have you ever felt like some days are going to suck as soon as you get up?

Have you wished for a day to be over? (let’s be real, all of 2020, right?)

Then this little note is for you!

It’s going to be okay. Really, it is.

This day will pass.

This month will pass.

This year will pass.

So please, hold on.

Hold on for yourself, for you family, & for your friend’s who love you.

Remembering what life was like before COVID is hard, but remember that there’s a light at the end of it, with you living your best life.

Being in the thick of it, having so much uncertainty right now can be crippling, but you got this!

You got this.

Don’t let your talent, your love, your passion go. You got this.

When you feel low and like no one cares, remember that your thoughts are not facts and that someone does love you.

Someone needs you around because you make their day brighter, easier, & happier.

It may not seem so now, with restrictions & with lockdown, but remember before it all you were loved & you’re still loved.

We came across this great video about coping with COVID, it’s really great; click here to check it out. It’s a short clip about how to cope with uncertain times, to respond effectively to your surroundings, & applies to all of our international readers (we hear you & stand with you, always).

Find strength in the darkness from which you rise & spread love where you can. For that is the driving force that gives us strength!

Come out of this better, not broken. We believe in you & we got you!

We hope this gives you comfort in hard times, now & to come. We hope it gives you strength to go on & know that someone cares. It sucks feeling lonely, isolated, & like no one has your back, but we do.

Stay safe, wear a mask, & spread love – SMP

3 thoughts on “A Note To Give You Strength

  1. Masks are have been proven unsafe, not work, cause covid symptoms, cause death by breathing in our own toxic air we breathe out, masks are a dog mussle, a symbol of the initiation into a cult and the pandemic is 99.99% survivable…

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  2. So if you want to build a better mind, start by working on your physical health first. Go for a walk, start incorporating more fresh fruits and vegetables into your diet, and try to give up any bad habits like excessive alcohol consumption or tobacco use. Some of these might be more difficult than others, but your brain will thank you for years to come.


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