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Any week, you can “Bring your stress, pain, and fatigue to (my Zoom or) my office– and leave it there!”  Yes, and you can ask questions anytime.  Today, it’s time to answer four questions sent in yesterday.

  1.  Will we always have to wear masks?  The Spanish Flu pandemic, of 1918-1920, lasted 2 years and 2 months.  With today’s much-better medical technology and  communications capability, we probably won’t have the COVID-19 that long.  But I think those of us who have lived through this pandemic will always keep a stash of masks in a drawer.  And backup toilet paper.
  2. How should I be on Election Day?  Won’t there be violence in the streets? If you were asking how the civil authorities should prepare, I agree they should be prepared for some street activity.  And the authorities will already have specific plans. So that’s out of our hands.  Your best strategy is to stay calm, vote as early as you can, prior to Election Day, and don’t go downtown for any reason that evening.  As you would guess, I’m for the most democracy for the most people with the least strife and the most harmony. I’m holding the vision of peace in the streets.   You can do that also: picture everyone calm and eager to vote pleasantly.  See the streets quiet and peaceful. As the classic song goes, “Let there be peace on Earth and let it begin with me.”
  3. How do I transfer my own attitude of calm and resilience to others around me?  A friend was taught how to flow with life.  Her mom frequently said, “This too shall pass”, whenever something awful happened.  My friend says she has learned how to be resilient and to flourish.  So, how to transfer that to others?  My friend, you are already doing it!!  People have been picking up on your energy and counting on your steady peacefulness for long years. You are grounded, as so few are.  Just by being who you are, you inspire and calm others.  If you want to do more, pick someone who needs a core of Peace Within, and vividly picture them until you can see them smiling with peace and assurance.  Do it for them every day, or more often if you like.  You may be surprised at how they change.
  4. Why does it take so long to manifest what you want? I feel like I partner with God on these things, and it works. But it feels like forever!  This is because God can see absolutely Everything, and we can’t. We don’t know what is coming around the corner, and He does; a traffic light that goes extra long seems frustrating, but then we see a nasty accident ahead and realize the delay saved our life.  We have ideas about what we want to manifest and when.  God absolutely listens to us and wants to bless us. But God’s timing is not our timing because God is working on so many factors behind the scenes.  God is bringing many things to fruition in order to realize the perfect plan for each of us.  Our job is to remain in joyful expectancy, knowing that He wants to and will bless us at the perfect time in the perfect way.  We need to love Him and be ready.

I hope you have enjoyed Four Stress-Questions Friday!  Thanks especially to Paul Taubman, Florence Callendar, C. Winsel, and Jeanine Byers, for submitting your thoughtful questions this week.  My mission is to help you release your pain, then help you see beyond the “OK” level to an uplifted and expanding level of being Healthy, Happy, and Loving Life (Healthy Happy Loving Lifesm).  That is where you find you are “living in the Flow”, living with ease and joy, and seeing miracles occurring.

I would like you to feel as great as you can!  Are you in?


Kebba Buckley Button is a stress management expert and award-winning author who celebrates life.  She also has a longtime natural healing practice and is an ordained minister. Among her books are: Discover The Secret Energized You (http://tinyurl.com/b44v3br), Inspirations for Peace Within:  Quotes and Images to Uplift and Inspire, and Sacred Meditation: Embracing the Divine.  The books are available on Amazon and through Kebba’s office.   To email us, kebba@kebba.com .

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