I read a book today too, nice day it was. Passed very quickly though.
I have been thinking recently about how our lives would be post lockdown. Will it all be the same again? Or will we finally learn, more about Mother Nature and how to treat it? Like most of us are going through such a thing for the first time, and this is a process, a long and difficult one. Maybe we will be able to fit in some learning, I certainly hope so.
Will everything go back to the way it was? Can it? I don’t think it can, though we are supposed to be stubborn, haven’t the humans learnt anything from this experience? Certainly it has made us wiser, but if the humans go back to their own ways after this pandemic, then we all ain’t just a stubborn lot but also a hopeless one.
I know, I’m talking like this lockdown is about to end, I have no idea what is going to happen for sure. But, I know one thing for certain is that I am a whole lot wiser than I was before all of this. You didn’t learn anything from this experience, nothing new or interesting? When you search for the answer to that carefully, you will find it. You have to, you must have learnt something, even the smallest things count. Like maybe, you washed your dishes for the first time, or maybe you found a whole other side to you, or you found a new hobby. When you go to the deeper side, there a so many things to learn emotionally. Like I found my tolerance level or the level at which the words “I’m about to lose it!’’ Escape my mouth. I found out how important my friends are. Some are like my emotional support animals, they always lift my spirits when they are around me. I realised that there are a lot of things I should feel blessed for.
A day full of realisations and satisfactory answers to hundreds of questions in my head, I know that I should have saved this for the last. But first I would have forgotten all of it, and second I don’t even know when the end is, how far or close it is. Third of all I kind of look at today’s blog as the bright side to all of this mess, and I haven’t looked at the bright side for a lot of days now…
Keya, 13 year old, writing since age 7. Expressing her self freely on her blog! Enjoy the reading