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Death Cafes have been established all around the world to enable individuals to talk about their mortality, life and living, and come to grips with it. The Covid-19 outbreak and the enforced shutdown hones the mind to what is important in life, and how quickly our personal situation may change. If you haven’t already had discussions with loved ones about your mortality, do so. Get your personal affairs documented and sorted out. Get real, get ready,
We are strange creatures, human beings. In the midst of enjoying life and living, we put thoughts of our own mortality on the back burner. Yet now, with Covid-19, the lockdowns and various other restrictions imposed upon us, our personal fragility is highlighted like never before. Our sense of control has gone and fears have come to the fore. Yet there is something constructive we can and must do during this time, if we haven’t done so already.
There’s nothing like a crisis situation to really hone the mind and focus our attention on what really matters in our lives. To enable us to do this, we need to schedule some quiet times to allow our minds to slow down and for us to really ‘look’ at our current situation- not just in our personal lives, but our working/professional lives also. So, some questions for you to contemplate in the following weeks: (1) What brings you great joy in your personal life?