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Inspiration for Times Like These

Our lives have changed dramatically during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it can feel a little overwhelming at times. Sometimes you just need a little inspiration!


This week instead of a tip Dr. Rob has a message for you:


This song is called “Times Like These” by Xavier Rudd  if you want to add it to your quarantine playlist!


We’re all in different situations, with different stress levels, being affected differently, but we want to remind you that a little kindness goes a long way. There are million ways to show kindness in your every day life and you never know how much your kindness will mean to someone else.


What’s inspiring you during this time? What acts of kindness have you seen come out of the pandemic?


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  1. Barb says
    May 28, 2020 at 1:35 PM

    That's beautiful Dr. Rob! - not the ice cream story, that's sad -- the song. Favourite line? There are so many - I like the people standing tall, hands raised with intention - but if I have to choose a fave, I will choose "And I believe we can breathe in the magic of the earth...and exhale anything we feel we didn't deserve" That line speaks to me and my spiritual side - it's something I do on days I am fortunate enough to be able to head to the great outdoors no matter what the weather to do my run/walk/exercise.Generally less than 300 metres in I breathe deep and experience an overwhelming feeling of gratitude for the fact that I am actually able to do what I can do -- get the blood flowing, experience the elements, hear the birds sing, watch the various critters, see all the people with their pets, watch how the neighbourhoods transform through the various seasons--it just makes me thankful... speaking of which I better get at it! :) Thank you for sharing, -Barb.

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