As someone who likes to travel I have been mourning my travel plans but also finding other ways to explore the world from home. Googling places I have yet to visit, Things I want to know about, and falling into the traps of online shopping knowing I am not going to checkout. (inspiration, inspiration, Inspiration) Sometimes when I fall into an online portal I get frustrated with myself and judge myself for not using the precious time I have been given to the best of my capabilities. OR doing things in the "wrong" order. Truthfully even online shopping can be an opportunity to learn about your likes and dislikes and although life is precious and it may seem silly to fall down the online rabbit hole we are human and these things do happen. Especially while staying "safer at home." I never thought I would live in a world where even going for a jog around the block would become a luxury - I have been lucky enough to live a life outside of war zones and within countries that have remained relatively free. It is such a reminder to always be Thankful for everything we have even when it feels like we don't "have" much at all. If anything I really hope the quarantine allows us to evaluate our relationships and value the people who checked in out of love rather than boredom, As well as to native the impact humans really do have on our environment. This is a chance to change, meditate, grow and heal in so many ways. It is up to us to take advantage of this pause and nurture ourselves. Change can be scary, As can illness - but by working together to change our bad habits I really believe we can change the world. Maybe this is just the first step. My heart is with all the victims of this terrible Pandemic.
Love and Light have an amazing day.
- Kirra Moon
Kirra Moon is from a small town in Northern California. She believes that art is an important way to show appreciation for our planet. She values the ability to feel emotions deeply because they can be the catalyst for change. Kirra received a diploma from the North Coast Preparatory Performing Arts Academy with an additional IB artist diploma before choosing to study theatre in New York and Los Angeles. She received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from The American Musical Dramatic Academy and continues to explore the creative process. Two phrases that best describe her are “forever free” and “ a la mode.”