Lynnie 's journey
During difficult periods, like the virus we are going through right now, may be a good time to think back and rekindle old friendships that we have lost over the years. The pace of life today, and the mobility we all have often means that we go for weeks, sometimes years without contacting people who once were important to us. Maybe we've just got too busy, or maybe we've moved to another city or even another country. Although this is a very difficult time, it does provide us with opportunities.
Firstly most of us have more time on our hands now. We can use this to think back and remember our friends who maybe we have lost touch with. We can give them a call, send them a message or an email. They will probably be very surprised but pleased to hear from us. Renewing old acquaintances can give us a link to other old friends who we can make contact with. These people were important to us once - they only need to be contacted and we can renew and extend our friendships. If this pandemic has shown us anything, it is that we should treasure those who mean something to us - make that phone call today. Please comment your opinion below
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Lynnie supported her elderly parents her working life – she still does. She’s the breadwinner of her family in the Philippines, Hard times and troubles have made her strong and determined and given her a really positive attitude. Now a fulltime housewife and a Mother, she still has time for her hobby, photography, and loves to share. She believes that being a positive thinker helps with stress management and can improve health. She is also member of the Rotary Inner Wheel Charity Organization in United Kingdom.