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Power of Co-operation

The deadly virus pandemic not over though has already taught us a lot. A different aspect of humanity was witnessed during this time. What all cooperation was required by the needy we feel that was provided. Many people fed the poor, donated to charity, and, donated to the needy. Relief camps were also arranged. Though socially distant, people came up in unity to fight this pandemic. The majority of the public stayed indoors for more than 6 months now to cooperate with the officials and to reduce danger. All these deeds brought a change and have helped many. Continuous efforts are still being made to eradicate this disease. Little are these efforts at some level but are commendable.

Service through actions was done and till now is being provided kindly. But we believe service is needed in all forms now i.e. through thoughts, words, and actions.

After a long time, a close friend called yesterday and his voice seemed tense. While we were discussing the current situation he suddenly sighed and on asking expressed his sorrow. He had recently lost his job and also one of his family members had tested positive for the virus. The environment in his house was heavy and that was noticeable through his voice. His mind wasn’t ready to accept positive words or hopeful statements.

What should be done in such a situation? There were running thoughts and then was this post planned. Fear of the disease and fear of the future are making it difficult for many to cope up emotionally. We believe, helping through deeds or words is not enough. It is time now to serve through thoughts. We believe what manifests in the world is a reflection of our thoughts. If service done in unity through actions can bring a change then our collective thoughts can make the impossible possible.

If each one of us decides to fill the mind with good thoughts and positive affirmations then this power of cooperation will reach out to the ones who need it. The power of cooperation is immense. It can heal, lead, create new hope, uplift, soothes, and can help remain safe. Positive affirmations if practiced daily, create an energetic aura around and this aura helps in remaining safe and secure. The aura created gets radiated and also has the power to uplift others around.
If we wish to help in improving the situation then the least we can do is ‘THINK GOOD’! We have listed a few positive affirmations at the end. Let us all daily practice a few affirmations and make this world a fort of safety free from viruses.
The power of cooperation makes the impossible possible and it is a fort of safety.

Positive Affirmations:

  • I am a powerful being
  • I am pure and peaceful
  • My immune system is good and strong
  • My body is strong and healthy
  • I am safe and secure
  • My family members are strong and safe
  • I am radiating this Positivity all around and it is healing the world
  • The world is now a fort of safety

Remember your each thought counts, think wisely.
Keep thinking good.
Keep spreading positive vibes.
Do share your thoughts.

32 thoughts on “Power of Co-operation

  1. Yes my dear, I believe in positive affirmations but certain people who are suffering do not believe in either comforting them or in consoling them. They only believe medicine will make them fine. They go to psychiatrist & take medicines & wait for it to take over. I have been trying to get a person to feel & think positive but he suffers & does not want to do so, waiting for medicine to help & take over.

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    1. Yess Ma’am you are right, we often meet such people. A psychiatrist or Medicines will surely help in improving, there is no doubt in it. But We also believe that we can also help by radiating our positive energy all around through our positive thoughts and good wishes and may be it will help improve faster! Thankyou for reading and it is always great to hear from you.πŸ™‚πŸ‘

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  2. Be good to yourself. Get plenty of rest. Move about when you can. Reignite your hobbies. Forgive yourself and others. Nurture your spiritual side. Count your blessings. One of the scariest times in my life was when a door closed and I was standing on the threshold of a new beginning. Thankfully, I was not alone. God was with me as my strength and friend. You are never alone. πŸŒŸβœ¨πŸ’«

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  3. I think affirmations are helpful in appreciation of positive things in life. But I don’t think it is helpful to choose affirmations that conflict with reality. For example, if you are sick, it may be helpful to affirm that you are doing whatever you can to get well and have hope of recovery. I think it may be counterproductive to use an affirmation that says, “I am not sick!” Otherwise, I think this is a helpful set of affirmations. ❀ All the best! Cheryl

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