Apr 14 2020

Confirm

What a time to be alive. This virus got us cooped up and it’s hard to stay distracted. But I think that’s the thing, maybe we’re not supposed to be distracted.

I would say “stay positive” but I know it’s not easy. Easy to be worried and anxious and lots to complain about right now.

We can try to be grateful though, we can try to confirm the good things in our lives. We can confirm our friends and family, our creativity, and our purpose.

I like this idea of confirming and confirmation because it’s factual. It’s fact finding. It’s not a guess or a weak signal.

“I have food and water and internet,” as opposed to, “I have no money,” I am not saying to ignore responsibilities, I am saying we gotta work with what we got.