Letters from home 1

Stop, breathe and think

In the past weeks I have trying to figure out or at least to find an answer about why we are going through these bitter moments as an individual. This problem is global, and we are all experiencing the same fears and doubts.

Since the first moment I heard about it I thought life was giving us back all those little things we made wrong, mistakes, people we hurt intentionally or unintentionally and despite we are all trying to cope, these days between four walls are very heavy. Is it something we had to learn but we didn’t at the right moment, is it something that we missed, and we didn’t pay attention?

I am not sure if someone will be able to answer those questions one day but definitely, we will learn from it. It’s a matter of growth. Will you be able to adapt to the future situation? Will you use your skills to challenge yourself? Can you think out of the box?

I am afraid of not knowing what to do. I am afraid of not knowing the answers.

This time indoors is full of uncertainty, but I think Is the time to reinvent ourselves. The world has become more creative than ever, everybody sings, everybody paints, anyone can be an actor and now, everybody can write. At least, you can pick up those things that one day you enjoyed and made you feel full of joy.

You can be no one but you are entitled to express yourself in the way that you want. Is this the beginning of a new start? I believe so…

Covid-19 has made me rethink about me, my business and the direction that I want to take.

Am I good enough? I don’t know but I don’t want to stop trying. This moment is for me. It’s for us, it’s for everyone.

We will do this together and I hope when everything is over, we will be even more kind and this appreciation that we are all showing to each other will stay for ever.

Can we be the change that we would like to see in the world? Yes please.

Stay safe, stay home.

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