Lynnie 's journey
This week I want to talk about bravery. We are fed news items all the time of bad people doing bad things, nasty things happening to good people. Viruses attacking us and our loved ones. It would be easy to think the world was a bad, sad and evil place. It is true there is some evil in the world, but if we look for it we can find happy stories, positive events, and bravery, There is so much bravery all around if only we look for it. There is the bravery of millions of soldiers around the world who risk their lives everyday to protect us.
There is the bravery of mothers who brave the pains and dangers of childbirth in order to have a family. Bravery shines through in many areas, especially today with having to deal with the virus and follow the rules that keep us safe. The bravery of medical staff, emergency services, and retail workers in helping us everyday, and putting their lives at risk by doing so is a wonderful example of bravery in action.
Finally there is a bravery that is never discussed in the newspapers, on tv, or on the internet. It is the bravery of All of Us.. We are All brave in our own way. Whether it's by supporting a loved one who is sick, helping a neighbor in distress, working for a charity organization, or working tirelessly to keep our families safe and happy. All of these things are acts of bravery, putting our own selfish best interests aside to help others. On balance there is much more bravery in the world than cowardice - We should ALL be proud of ourselves. The world is a better place with each and every one of us in it.
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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.