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Share your stories of resilience and renewal.

Sharing your stories creates deeper connections with each other and inspires us to work together for resilience and renewal.

It can be intense being stuck at home during a pandemic – perhaps you, or your loved ones, have been directly affected by the virus. One thing is certain, life as we knew it has changed forever.

But it is also a period of great opportunity and rebirth. For many, the lock-down has created a sacred time and space, providing a pause to rediscover a connection with our deeper selves, with nature, and with others.

Practices which cultivate resilience and renewal on the inside, are closely related to the changes and regeneration we want to see on the outside. As Thich Nhat Hanh puts it: “The only way out is in”.

How has the pandemic affected you? And what hopes do you have for the future? We’d love to hear your stories and insights, and share them through The Fintry Trust social media, to help inspire others. For example:

  • Have you discovered a new spiritual practice or routine that has helped you?
  • Are you thinking differently about what’s important in your life?
  • Have you felt gratitude for things you used to take for granted?
  • What ideas or practices would you like to take forward into the future?
  • What changes would like to see in the world as we build-back-better in the recovery period?

Ways to share your story…

If you’d like to share a helpful practice or insight, or any hopes and dreams for a better world, here are the ways you can do it.


Share a video

Record a short video of yourself about something that has inspired you, and your hopes for a better future, of about 1 minute long, in landscape mode. Post and share on your own social media using the hashtag #FTLivesInspired


Share a written post

Write a short written piece (approximately 200 words) on social media about something that has inspired you, and your hopes for a better future. Post and share on your social media account using the hashtag #FTLivesInspired

Not on social media?

If you are not a social media user please use the form below to submit a written piece (approximately 200 words) and and accompanying image using the form below. You can also share a link to a video that you’ve recorded and posted to a video hosting site such as YouTube or Vimeo.

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I agree

Tao Te Chin
Chapter 47

Without going outside, you may know the whole world.
Without looking through the window, you may see the ways of heaven.
The farther you go, the less you know.

Thus the sage knows without travelling;
He sees without looking;
He works without doing.

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