My friends, don’t let the coronavirus take your humanity from you. I’ve noticed how tense and agitated people have become. For example, just the other day, I went to the grocery store with my 4 year old and numerous times people almost trampled him. Even I was hit with a basket at one point. Outside there has barely been any traffic, yet I constantly hear people honking. I understand that people’s survival instincts are being triggered but even so, I think it’s important to remember that we are all in this together. Instead of thinking of just ourselves, we need to center ourselves and we need to have the old John F. Kenney mindset of: “Ask Not What Your Country Can Do For You.” We need to think about how we can help each other because afterall, we are in this together. There is no you and me… There is us. Our goal is that we get through this together. I think it’s important that we ask ourselves how we can help some of the people around us such as people that are elderly or have some other form of condition or chronic ailment. And you might say, well, me being around them could put them at risk…. It’s much easier to think of why you can’t do something than of how you can so don’t talk yourself out of doing some good. I’m sure there is something you can think of if you put your thinking hat on. Where there is a will there is a way. We’ve been given a great test my friends. It’s a test of the heart. Are you going to pass or are you just going to think of yourself and fail? It’s up to you. Now I want to take a moment to announce that I’ve already created a coronavirus anti-anxiety mind training audio that I’m going to give you for free. I’ve made it in English and the other in Spanish. As soon as the audio engineer finishes editing them, I will be sharing the links with you. An air hug for now!