It’s important to remember that with everything going on, we are still a wholesome unit.
If there’s anything to come out of our current situation, it’s that we have all taken certain things for granted.
I, for one, miss human beings and nature.
The simple formulaic scene of walking into a convenience store and seeing a flurry of swift moving customers that grab what they need, leave, and carry forth in life. Never to potentially be seen or heard by you again. Quite the undervalued moment, until recently.
Driving by a local county park and seeing families, lovers, friends, all out and about, enjoying outdoor laid back simplicit-ies.
The world continues to rotate from a day-to-day, procedural view, but many of us are hunkered down at home.
Wondering when that statistical curve will begin to flatten out.
It’s an allotment of time that will continue to drive us into deep reflection.
For some of us, it’s precisely what we needed.
For others, it’s nothing more than the usual self-zen treatment of an each and every day.
Whatever you decide to do with your isolationist days, remember that in spite of our own constant independent involvement, we are all very much a global family.
Continue to blog, to read, to write, to inspire, and to be motivated.
My personal thanks goes out to the many wonderful people I’ve met on here who give us all a divine reason to stay interconnected.
Hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday!
The sun finally decided to peek its head out from the late afternoon Western horizon and is revealing spotty blueness bits of sky against a puffed up billowing white pattern of clouds.
It’s smile-worthy and fantastic to look at from my writing station in the dining room.
(Photo from Pixabay)
© Eric Keegan
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