Michelle Leduc Catlin
COVID Positive News
Most of us are tired of researching and reading about all things Covid.
For those of us following the brave doctors and scientists who’ve risked their reputations and livelihoods from the beginning and watched them continue to be slandered and libelled, we want to throw our hands up in the air and say, I give up!
(We want to say more than that, but I’ll keep this family friendly.)
We tell ourselves and each other, if people don’t see the evidence of mass corruption and manipulation by now, they’ll never see it.
We want to get back to “normal,” to our old lives and priorities, to the things we used to enjoy without worry — like watching Netflix. (Or in my case, Britbox.)
I really, really get it.
It’s one of the reasons that I try to find and present progress made or information revealed, or even just hope.
It’s not easy living in times of great challenge and change.
We’re tired of focusing on all the horrible things happening in the world and worry that all that negativity is negatively influencing our power to manifest the good things in life.
How can we maintain positivity and possibility in the face of all the doom and gloom?
This is what used to be called the $64000 Question.
And it’s not rhetorical.
It’s a question that each of us must answer.
Because the bad news is, we cannot afford to turn away from the bad news.
Seriously troubling things are happening that no longer just affect those in other countries.
Farmland and food sources are threatened 👇
Banks are collapsing 👇
Children are being targeted with a poisonous injection 👇
The “vaccine” that was supposed to help people is actually wrecking their immune systems and altering DNA 👇
Cyber vulnerability demonstrates that “normal” is precarious and under threat 👇
It’s easy in this New Age era to focus our attention solely on personal growth and personal enlightenment, but if our transformation or awakening doesn’t expand beyond the self, we’re missing the point.
“Any person, economic system, or political establishment that fails to concern itself with the pain of others is out of alignment with spiritual truth.”
― Marianne Williamson, A Politics of Love: A Handbook for a New American Revolution
“We are one” isn’t just some pleasant affirmation of hand-holding love.
It is the living, breathing reality of a planet and people interconnected through our biological and spiritual nature.
Not to mention our technological and political connections in an increasingly globalized world.
We can’t just bury our heads in the sand and pretend that the problems of the planet aren’t coming for us.
Of course, if you’re here, you probably don’t think like that, dear reader.
But, like me, you likely have people in your life who do.
Or people who think you’re dead wrong, stupid, selfish, or paranoid for not going along with the party line.
It’s been hard to deal with, I know.
But the good news is that the narrative is crumbling.
And this is the consistent message of one of my favourite resources, the Telegram channel, COVID Positive News.
CPN doesn’t avoid the problems of the world, but rather puts its attention on what we’re creating.
“We are uniting and supporting each other, as the old systems collapse and we unify to build a beautiful post-Covid better world - together.✨”
COVID Positive News
So this week, I’m sharing this valuable resource and their Sunday round-up of good news stories — which happens to include my last story.
You can click on the graphic and scroll back to Sunday's post to get to the actual links to this past week’s good news stories 👇
There’s one other thing.
One other reason not to give up, not to turn away.
This moment in history is the greatest opportunity to rise up and become the people we were meant to be.
To gather our wits and find our tribe.
To face our fears, stand for what is right and true, and create a brilliant future.
If there’s one thing that I’ve learned over the past 2 years it’s that no one is coming to rescue us.
But this, too, is good news.
This is the gateway to The Great Awakening, and the wisdom behind Byron Katie’s famous words…
“Life is simple. Everything happens for you, not to you.”
As another week of dramatic change unfolds, take a breath, and watch this for inspiration 👇
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