In this time when we don’t know when or how we will return to school and work, we can embrace the state of not knowing as a chance for us to think outside the box and find creative solutions for new problems. Cast aside “how you’ve always done things” and play a little — kids demand this!

“I don’t know yet” means you have an opportunity to grow. You don’t have to know where you’re going or how you are going to get there; you just have to know you are here, in the present moment, with your breath. 

Hear more tips for dealing with uncertainty in the time of COVID-19 and practice a meditation in this “living room” conversation with Stephen Cowan and Daniel Atchinson-Nevel.