“A person’s life may be a lonely thing by nature, but it is not isolated. To that life other lives are linked.”
― Haruki Murakami
To be human is to be connected to others that are human just like you, but when that connection is interrupted by life emergencies such as a pandemic. It requires creativity and forethought. It requires patience and planning. It requires vision!
If your preference is indoors or goes outdoors? Plan activities that will prevent you from going out of your mind or scream from the rooftops!
How many skills have become fine-tuned since being indoors? You find yourself more into reading or listening to audiobooks, you all of sudden are trying out new recipes to share with your family or you decide to work on a craft project together.
Outdoors? These days are more of a venture for survival, going to the store, or going to the pharmacy for your food and essentials. Taking walks for fresh air, fitness, or walking your dog.
Wearing a mask has become part of your fashion wardrobe. Social distancing has become the norm.
It does not matter what you do or how you do it. The point is human interaction, share thoughts, share the love, and share support.