As I write, the country is experiencing one of its greatest challenges since the second world war The Coronavirus Pandemic has quite simply completely changed our lives. It is Impossible to predict what the situation will look like in a few weeks time. This is the first time in memory that our beautiful Centre has been closed for more than a few days, but the health of our members and visitors alike is my top priority.
I know I can rely on all our members whose support will be invaluable during this temporary closure. Changes will have to be made, but together we can adjust to this new way of life. I am determined our Centre will do all it can to help everyone so maintain a connection to Spirit.
Small acts of kindness can bring such joy, keep in touch with everyone by whatever means available. the joy we felt when our organist Val played her keyboard in her garden, not only for the N.H.S but all that tuned in. “Somewhere over the rainbow” will always be a very special song to many. Write down your stories and ” happenings” ie who’s been cutting who’s hair, what activities you ave taken up. No matter how you have managed to get though this traumatic time. lets laugh together, lets cry together, lets build on that Spiritualist message. Trust and believe that we are never separate from the love of those in Spirit.
We will have a social evening and share together all our experiences
I am so grateful for all the messages of support I have received, my belief in spirit has helped me so much
We are living in strange times at the moment . but we are all pulling together to try and make our lives bearable . So many have experience heartache, hardship and loneliness, my heart goes out to all those brave people.
As we gradually get some normality back, everything will be done so differently from what we have known, but we CAN adapt and we will make it work together. We all have Personal Responsibility to remain patient.
When our beautiful Centre re- opens the hard work begins. The guidelines will have to be adhered to for the safety of us all. We all know that times are tough but we must trust and believe.
“Tomorrow Will Be A Better Day”
My love to you all