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"Faith is an important part of my identity. Without you, I think lockdown would have been so much more difficult. "
"There is a great void remains, the religion was able to fill up something, even without going to Church," the 29-year-old told the beat Radio 1 News.
Under the government's rules, the hazard for individual prayer only, after months and months down.
Philip is a LGBTQ-activists and the "sudden blocking of" hit him hard. From an active social life, where he would be campaigning, he was sitting in his home.
"I don't have a partner and I live alone, it's hard. "
He says it was to find a "time of fear", Church services and groups were exposed to the prayer as part of the lockdown.
"I have a sacred space in my house for prayer and contemplation, with a few select items such as The Bible and the candle, celebrating Jesus and meditating on his teachings. ""Personal prayer deepens my relationship with Jesus,"
"Every week, we have been sent a service sheet, so we can worship at the same time on a Sunday We pray for the elected members Each Time , so that no one feels left out. "
During lockdown, Philip has only seen his neighbors, has helped to "maintain a sense of community," which he did not think he would otherwise.'is A Higher Power taking care of me'
Adrisa Prasher, 17, told news beat, their Faith in Hinduism has made you calmer than you thought you would be.
"I don't know that the pandemic is not yet over. But I feel like there is a Higher Power taking care of me, and it is a comforting feeling," she says news beat.
in contrast to Philip, Adrisa was not very religious before The Crisis that they caused, she says, to scared at the start. to explore
Normally, after the degree, I had you play a sport with your friends. Instead, it is "read the ancient texts on Hinduism".
That brought a "silence has contributed to the fact that" you study for A-levels and strengthens your belief in yourself. to Know
"I have someone who has lowered about me, my anxiety and makes me think I can accomplish anything I try in The Future , if it. ""I'm more curious and learning about religion has helped me through The Days ,"
this is something That resonates with Sharan Kaur Singh , feels like Adrisa, a sense of security.
The 24-year-old says she's come to terms with The Crisis only after reading more about the history of Sikhism.
"challenges and battles have been happening for ages. But religion teaches you that God has a plan and it has helped to accept the reality much more. "
the levels of acceptance Sharan "feel overwhelmed a lot healthier and less".'It is good for Mental Health "
For many people, in this crisis, the administration of the Mental Health challenge is. But for Kasim Bashir and Hannah Radley, has to do the think it is important to.
Kasim, 24, has anxiety problems in The Past , and lockdown is causing these "memories popping up sometimes".
"It's like, God is with me, leading me through the hard times. "
For Hannah, 23,, Jewish, has a practical impact on the support of their Mental Health .The Time to become closer to God by reading more about my Faith ,"
"Faith to live me to another page and explore, the area has given me strength," she says.
it refers to the turn - a weekly period of rest in Judaism, where no work is done - as A Day to reset it.
With so much tragedy and sadness, caused by the coronavirus, it is normal to feel down.
"years ago, the people that through hard times, and they did it without entertainment and TV. It was a struggle," she says.
"But they ended up better for you. "
And Hannah confesses to her prospects are difficult for The Time .
"But things can always be worse, and the prayer has helped me get through Tough Times .
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