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@Kiron stated the word “Mindful” in his comment, which in my opinion, is truly the keyword of hope as it relates to sustained anxiety.
- When we are mindful, we bring out attention to the experiences of the present moment, under a state of calm.
- When we have anxiety, we give our attention to future experiences that are unknown, under a state of fear.
Look at the contrast. It makes the following statement, “Anxiety is the opposite of Mindfulness.” If there was ever a time for all of us to practice elements of mindfulness, it is now.
I appreciate your posts as they always have an empathetic tone, and your words truly do provide support and encouragement for us all.
You make an important point about reaching out and helping others; that is, it acts as therapy and brings internal peace to our being.
Thank you for all that you do!
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