My three favorite Project Hope community posts this week
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I have time without writing posts, I know, it is not easy to be inspired by the situation we live in, sometimes I let myself get discouraged by the circumstances. However, I still continue to share with the community by commenting on some posts that catch my attention and also to support many of the new members of the Project Hope community.
This initiative was born as an opportunity to promote and contribute to gradually make known those who give life to the Project Hope community, the generators of quality content.
On this occasion, I would like to mention 3 posts that, let's say, are "the chosen ones" rather than favorite ones, so as not to discredit the other posts that are also excellent. The contribution of the members of this community is what keeps this community alive and this platform that is more dented than crazy one's tin mug.
But as St. Therese says, "things pass" and these situations shall pass too. Patience.
All right, let's go on.
Back to the subject, the first post I want to mention is the one about the friend @awah
In this post we start a great and enlightening journey, specifically explaining the first habit of the great book "7 Habits of Highly Effective People" written by Steven Covey. Being proactive. In these times of violence, uncertainty, restlessness, nervousness, anxiety, anguish (I have more than enough adjectives); it is necessary to stop and meditate on the situation we live on and be as proactive as possible and become an example of your own community and neighborhood.
Later on, the companion @awah, makes a new post with the second habit. I highly recommend you take a look at this series of posts.
One of the things I'm most passionate about is space, the stars, the planets, the last frontier and if you know me well you know I'm a fan of science fiction. On this occasion, @ajewa talks about visiting the red planet, Mars and how difficult this 7-month journey is.
I can barely stay for 5 hours on a bus, imagine 7 months! Not to mention the series of diseases you would be willing to suffer from space sickness, mental stress, weak muscles, etc.
By the way, the space probe that supposedly left in February 2020 with the names of thousands of people must have already left, I don't know if you would be one of the lucky ones, but I can tell you that I sent the name of my family to Mars. I guess this counts as putting the family name very high up; as higher as it gets ^_^
This other post, from @samminator, complements the first habit I mentioned in the first post. It's important to do good on all levels. It's not easy. But it makes us better people in all aspects, both personal and spiritual. The post talks about scientific studies that prove it. I recommend you to take a look at it too.
A big greeting to these three content generators, I thank them very much for sharing with us in the Project.Hope community
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