Do you find it difficult to do a Holy Week reflection? Perhaps it’s because you’re too distracted. Why not consider traveling somewhere serene and relaxing?
The destination doesn’t have to be far or expensive. In fact, even a staycation near the metro is still good so long as you can ease your mind and reflect or meditate.
If you’re not fond of traveling alone, you can also travel with your friends. Simply find time to be alone to reflect.
The pandemic still affects travel and tourism. So, stay safe and prepare all the necessary requirements before traveling. As much as possible, choose a place with open spaces and fresh air.
4. Start a new hobby (or rekindle an old one).
When was the last time you did something you enjoyed without fearing that it’s not perfect?
For your Holy Week reflection, why not rekindle an old hobby or focus on a new one? Doing so might not only help you “live the moment.” It might also help you gain a sense of purpose.
5. Reconnect with yourself.
For your Holy Week Reflection, highly consider reconnecting with yourself. Focus on your goals: how can you achieve them? Keep a journal to track your progress. Open yourself up to new experiences and look at what’s good in yourself and others.
This Lenten Season is an opportunity to take care of your spiritual self. For your Holy Week reflection, consider connecting with yourself and others. If you can, travel alone or with family and friends. You can also find new hobbies or rekindle an old one.
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