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- What have I learned myself from the pandemic?
- What have I learned from others?
What we learned
- Do our part
- Work as a team
- Support each other
- We are stronger together
- We need connection
- Managing – self management
- Managing the home and hearth
- Stress is inflicted.
- I learned how to bake. Not to depend on other people so much.
- Going back to activities I enjoy helped manage stress
- Learned to live with a lot less
- Life doesn’t need to be busy
- More creative with my cooking
- Panic doesn’t change anything
- Deep breath, count your blessings
- You can accomplish something in multiple ways
- Limitations are mental.
- Courage, stepping out of the comfort zone.
- My life is real.
- Buddha’s security is an illusion.
- Refound my passions because I had more time
- I need to protect the people I love
- Lack of control (personally
- Sometimes I was able to seize the opportunities, other times I felt trapped (ups and downs)
- My strengths were interpersonal – now I have to change, to be relevant
- NO touch /hugs – something is missing: will this change society
- Importance of being flexible
- Open minded
- We were not prepared
- The world can turn upside down in an instant
- No time to think through plans, they just happen
What I have learned from others
- Support system
- Learn to adapt
- Being flexible
- It is all relative
- That I am not alone. Paradox.
- How to listen better.
- Gratefulness…..our country’s context.
- Going through the same thing….online learning…hands to heart knowledge…shared learning
- People don’t listen
- People have very different opinions about what is safe
- Learned a lot about my learning
- People can adapt (resilience) but are also stubborn
- Impressed by their ability to change, overcome fears / obstacles
- Inspired by other
- Being a student in other teachers’ lessons
- We came together as a team. – collaboration, willing to try, everyone has their own strengths
- How to “zoom”
- People practicing / trouble shooting /