Get into the spiritual world – Ideas to stay connected to community, each other and yourself

1. Hope and Courage Be kind to yourself and practice kindness and compassion to others. Give where you can, try to do things that give you joy. Use the phone or texting or social media to stay connected with friends (virtual happy hours are popping up) and do what you can to safely check on vulnerable friends and neighbors. We are in unprecedented times, our choices have never mattered more.

2. Collaborate with others. In this difficult time if you can offer food to your neighbors within your community, you can also be a hero without a cape. The characteristic of the Latino is also to be united. So they can join together to support others with meals. As such, they can spread the word over the phone that they have already exchanged, as we said earlier

3. Attend mass online on Sundays, technology also brings you closer to the Catholic-Christian spiritual life. The Archdiocese of Omaha opened a link for Masses. You can attend a mass in this site, or you can see the EWTN schedule.

4. Take advantage and get closer to your community. The Latino Museum and the Latino Center of the Midland are organizations that highlight the Latin feeling, so one way to get closer is to learn more about the events that may come after this pandemic situation.

5. Hope and Courage Be kind to yourself and practice kindness and compassion to others. Give where you can, try to do things that give you joy. Use the phone or texting or social media to stay connected with friends (virtual happy hours are popping up) and do what you can to safely check on vulnerable friends and neighbors. We are in unprecedented times, our choices have never mattered more.

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