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How to Be Resilient

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March 20, 2021

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How to Be Resilient

If a stone hits a river, the river will treat it as yet another commotion in its already tumultuous course. Nothing unusual. Nothing unmanageable. If a stone hits a lake, however, the lake will never be the same again.

– Elif Shafak –

How to Be Resilient

One definition of resilience is: the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. This past year, many of us have faced adversity, trauma, tragedy, threats, or significant sources of stresssuch as family and relationship problems, serious health problems, or workplace and financial stressors. Let this three-minute video be a meditation on resilience, taught by the rivers of the world. { read more }

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Take some time to rest and recharge today. For more examples and stories of resilience, visit Healing Forest. { more }

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