Asking for help, what is that? I’m sure you’re a person who considers themselves to be fairly independent. A person who can do things on their own. However, there comes a point in time when you have to reach out to someone else to help you.
You’re not meant to walk through life on your own. You’re supposed to have people accompany you on life’s journey. You have friends and family. Some of them would love to help you.
Maybe in the past you’ve asked for help and were turned down. At that point you decided to go it alone. Maybe you asked the wrong person or it wasn’t the right time. It can be hard to say why a person doesn’t come to your aid. But, there are times when you can be overwhelmed by what others are willing to do for you. Their generosity will fill your heart to the brim.
Through life’s journey, we’re mean to work together. Looking at society right now, it may not seem that way, but we have a collective lesson to learn. One of them is we can’t do it all ourselves. With daycares and schools closed, there were a lot of parents who need help. Some people have been laid off from their jobs and haven’t been able to collect unemployment benefits. Those people could use help. Are you one of those people? Or maybe you need help in another way. Maybe your car broke down and you need a ride to work or just need someone to listen. It could be any number of problems.
Allow someone to help you this week. Help someone else this week. A little kindness goes a long way especially when we’re feeling overwhelmed by life and want to stay in bed.
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