There comes a point in life where we become so overwhelmed with
life around us, we feel lost, helpless and even at times hopeless.
And we’ve seen more things happen over recent years that
have been enough to derail us from our own life track.
This week may be such a time. When things compound, it’s enough for you to
question the world, life itself and wonder WHY…
We’ve seen war. We’ve
seen senseless acts of violence… which seem to be increasing all over the
world. We’ve seen Mother Nature with her relentless
storms, Tsunamis, earthquakes and tornadoes.
From a world of unrest in desperate need of peace and the economy which
seems to not see the light of day – it’s enough to wonder why we are here and
why things are the way they are.
The truth is we need to sometimes take a step back. We cannot function in zombie mode. And it’s easy to become numb, paralyzed,
speechless as we see life as we know it transform before our very eyes as we
shake our heads trying to understand it all.
We felt it was necessary and timely to address our sense of
well-being. And sometimes when we feel
like we don’t know what to do – all that we can do is step up and step in and
do our best to help.
Here at We Solved It… this is what we want to do. If you are feeling grief, a sense of loss and
a feeling of helplessness and not knowing how to process your emotions – we’re
here to help you get through this.
We may not have all the answers, but we all have solutions
within us. Our suggestion is for us all
to work together in helping one another during this difficult time. The power of prayer can unite us all. Love is the answer in helping us bond and be
supportive. There is a lot each of us
can do to help.
Many letters of support are going to be helpful right
now. The families who have been affected
need support and love. And for many of
us who are still traumatized by events all over the world who are still
recovering having lost family, friends and loved ones from natural disasters,
military members who have lost their lives and so on – we all know what it
feels like. While the pain never goes
away, what we all can do is share our support, our care, our comfort and our
hearts with those suffering right now.
And if we feel out of sorts and need to grasp our foundation
of hope and faith in order to be strong and be helpful and of service to
others, we need to take a time out to regroup. We need to take a moment to
cherish those we love, express gratitude for what we have and remember when we
give our best during a time like this to those who need it most, we in turn are
doing what we are called upon to do to be of service.
We are with you and we are here for you. Let’s share our voices and our strength and
help each other the best we can.
~ Athena & Tess
– We Solved It