Coronavirus: Facing the current pandemic calmly and responsibly

- through Sophie Solere

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Staying at home, a duty towards oneself and others.

If you are not directly confronted with the Coronavirus, your family and loved ones are not infected and you are confined to your home, when you are not teleworking or busy teaching your children, take advantage of this fortnight to settle down, relax, discover yourself and get back to basics in your lives. Take the time to happily savor all those little, mundane, happy moments of everyday life that you don't usually notice in your busy schedules.

See how much they construct you by establishing yourself in reassuring and serene spaces, as soon as you become aware that each of these moments, because they are lived fully, is a treasure in itself.

Discover the happiness of no longer missing out on a whole part of your existence, which you do not usually see due to constraints, emergencies to settle, family requests to which you respond, purchases that are not always useful to make.

And experience how anchoring yourself in the simplicity of being, of doing, of saying, of loving (self and others), gives you energy, motivation and the desire to go, always more, step by step, towards your truth. and yourselves.

Staying at home and discovering your infinite capacities for love, happiness and inner peace.


To accompany you, the team offers you this thematic newsletter, special issue, and some meditation practices and articles that we have published over the past year and which are available on the site. Over 650 free articles for adults and children.

Enjoy it without restriction. And if the situation lasts, we will offer you other off-series.


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With our love and support to each of you.

The Buddhist News team

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Sophie Solere

Sophie Solère is an economic and social journalist who has been interested for years in the environment and interdependence. She works for Buddhist News, a media platform dedicated to Buddhist spirituality and wisdom. By practicing yoga and meditative dance, Sophie discovered the power of spiritual journeys, which offer so many paths to (re)find yourself. She is dedicated to sharing inspiring stories and valuable advice on spiritual practice and the environment with Buddhist News readers.

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