It's given another answer to the glass half full or half empty, scenario: it's neither because the glass is refillable no matter what level it's at. And that's how we have to look at life now-- what do we refill that glass, with ?
This is pretty much where Iím at. Not just with the pandemic, but with life also. And probably why Iím so ridiculously picky about who I let into my space, because my peace is important to me.
I was having a conversation with some friends of mine in our weekly Skype meet-up (weíve been Skyping in lieu of real life meet ups... because lockdown...) and many of us have stopped watching the news altogether. Itís interesting to see the effect of that across a group of people. Bottom line is... weíre just happier without it.
At first I worried about this a bit... then realised Yíknow what, itís actually a revolutionary act, because Iím not being told what to believe. Iím making my own choices and decisions based on the information available to me. Itís unfiltered and unbiased. And youíre right, we do indeed get to choose what we fill our minds and our life with.
(Nearly had a bit of an ďoh captain, my captain!Ē moment there