My first recommendation is to turn off your cell phone and social media for long chunks of time (hours, days, weeks, months). Don’t get absorbed into the fear and hate circulating on the internet. When you use technology, be aware of how you use it. Mindful Tech, by David Levy, is an excellent book.
Reach deep into your heart. Love your family. Love your neighbor. It doesn’t matter if they are a different race, religion, or skin color. Muslims are good people, Christians are good people, Jews are good people, Buddhists are good people, Hindus are good people, Atheists are good people. Etc.
Xenophobia, misogyny, fear, hate, extremism, fundamentalism, etc, are destroying human civilization.
Reach back to your faith tradition, even if it’s been absent from your family for a generation or two. That faith may be in God, or the Soul, or in Mother Earth, or in the good of humanity.
Interestingly, although Gandhi was a Hindu, he was quite ecumenical. His teacher, Ramachandra, was a Jain, (as described in the fine book, Gandhi Before India), and he was friends with Christians, Jews, and Muslims.
What would Jesus do in this pivotal moment? I believe he would fight for peace. Christianity in the tradition of liberation theology (Father Daniel Berrigan, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and Tolstoy), can be our guide.
So my suggestion is that you go outside and walk. Garden. Pray. Sing. Dance. Swim. Write. Hug your loved ones.
Humanity has a chance, if we realize that “God” may be “love,” and we all worship the same God.