Reflections and Inspiration

Whether it’s just sitting and taking a few moments to feel gratitude, reading a favourite poem or prayer, or listening to the inspirational words of someone you admire, taking time to reflect on the things that make you feel happy and joyful can be great food for your soul.


In his blog, Rabbi Shmuly Yanklowitz shares his thoughts on how we might be able to spiritually cope with the uncertain reality that the coronavirus pandemic has rapidly spread across the world. 

The Mental Health Foundation has some useful tips to help us whilst we are in lockdown. Whilst it is important to stay informed, there are also many things we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during such times. 

If you want to get your regular fill of uplifting and inspiring news, visit the Positive News website as often as you can. 

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