Stay encouraged and connected during Covid-19

This is a motivational picture that says this too shall pass

Staying encouraged is one of the things that’s hard to do in these of Covid-19. Another thing that is difficult to do is staying in touch with and regularly meeting our loved ones. Looks like, the pandemic which has very adversely affected the world will be there for a long time long time. And we all need to stay encouraged and connected during these tough times of Covid-19.

One of the best ways to stay encouraged in such tough times, is to believe and have faith in just the One Almighty God.

In this post, I am glad to share an article that offers you a solution to the above challenges during Covid-19.

When I created Better Life Info, the world was still grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic, which started in 2020. I wanted to create a blog that would help people live happily during the pandemic and even after it ended. I had already created a successful blog Towards A Better Life with the same aim in mind.

The new blog, Better Life Info, aims to help you learn life skills to cope with the challenges and demands of life, not just a pandemic.

The article that I am sharing inside of this post says, “To remain encouraged through this Pandemic, we must focus on supporting, encouraging, and empowering each other. We can either gather (safely) or communicate in other ways.

Our family meets (almost) each Sunday for a Zoomby Zoom sessions. My sister thought of the idea and it has occurred for over a year now.

We have the same conversations we would have during our gatherings, but more often because we do not live very close together.

Another way to stay in touch is through the phone… call or text even more often than before the Pandemic.

I would say that even after this Pandemic (if ever) is over, we continue to use the phone for encouragement through texts and calls.”

Read more: https://sponsler.ink/non-fiction/encouragement/how-to-stay-encouraged-through-the-pandemic

6 thoughts on “Stay encouraged and connected during Covid-19

  1. Thank you kindly for your shout out on the Pandemic blog from my site. This is humbling and such a blessing. I pray that you will continue being the inspiration you are, long after the Pandemic is done. Blessings and honor, Christine C Sponsler

    1. I am indeed blessed to hear all this from you. It is an honor that you call me an inspiration. But, honestly whatever I say is what my religion, Islam, teaches me. So it is all an inspiration from the One Almighty God. May the Creator bless you. Have a nice day.

  2. Very good advice, Rehan. Another way to communicate is by blogging about your relationships with your loved ones and friends. Let them know which blog references them and always bless them for some aspect of their lives that has blessed you. I did just that in my latest blog. Check it out to see what I mean. Keep up the good work and continue to take good care of your family. By the way, I have traveled to many places, but never to India. One day I hope to see your beautiful land.

    1. Thank you dear friend for all your kind words and encouraging comments. May God bless you. Have a nice weekend and keep liking and commenting as that is what keeps me going. It would be nice if you become part of my blogging family by following my blog. I will soon start a subscription for this blog (which is designed as a lifestyle magazine) and I hope you will join. May I know which country you belong to, as you say you have never been to India. Anyway, I hope to soon see you in India and welcome you to my home where you will be able to meet and spend some good time with my loving family. God bless. Take care.

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