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The reality of COVID has caused an inevitable re-evaluation of much that we do in our society.  Before returning mindlessly to business as usual, it is important to hold the questions that have been raised by the massive shifts we have experienced over the past three months and allow the questions to do their work in our lives.

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It is a tiny nuisance microchip implanted deep within the hidden recesses of my brain.

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Yeshua says: Do not worry from morning to evening
and from evening to morning
about what you will wear.

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7. A loss of the ability to worry

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Worry comes when I fail to stay still in the present moment.

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I recently received a quote from the book The Magnetic North by Sarah Wheeler that contains a moving encouragement to sit lightly to worry-mind.

I come from a long line of worriers. Anxiety is hard-wired into the synapses of my brain.

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For a short time, when I was about nine years old, I was known in certain circles, as “Alfred”.

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