From Chaos and Confusion...

Recently there has been a lot of confusion in the UK. The main thing has been the "Brexit" referendum and the chaos that ensued. A lot of people are angry, frightened and confused. Despair comes close to describing how some people feel. BUT! The way I see it - From chaos and confusion opportunities rise. I think that this upheaval can be turned into something great fro each one of us personally as well as the society collectively. I feel that the recent events have caused a lot of people to think and to challenge their long established beliefs and habits. In my view this can lead to unprecedented personal growth. The possibility is there. We have now been given an opportunity to examine our behaviour and our relationships to people, to ideological and to material things.

I think it is prudent to remind ourselves of some very basic "golden rules". Things that make us human. Not only that, but decent humans. I found this list on social media (Original author unknown) and felt obliged to reproduce it here.

Live beneath your means.

Return everything you borrow.

Stop blaming other people.

Admit it when you make a mistake.

Give clothes not worn to charity.

Do something nice and try not to get caught.

Listen more.

Talk less.

Everyday take a 30 minute walk.

Strive for excellence, not perfection.

Be on time.

Don’t make excuses.

Don’t argue.

Get organized.

Be kind to people.

Be kind to unkind people.

Let someone cut ahead of you in a queue.

Take time to be alone.

Cultivate good manners.

Be humble.

Realize and accept that life isn’t fair.

Know when to keep your mouth shut.

Go an entire day without criticizing anyone.

Learn from the past.

Plan for the future.

Live in the present.

Don’t sweat the small stuff.

It’s all small stuff.

Have a read. Sit back and reflect for a moment. Take it or leave it. I hope it helps.

Yours in Health,


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