The notion of isolation and being with oneself pushes us to render our thoughts on existentialism. How do we engage with the feeling of being forced to be in one place?
The mind becomes a room that allows us to think of what we stand grateful for. It forces us to ponder the poignance of togetherness and our position within the society we inevitably create.
As we all sit cooped up in our homes, wondering about each other, one thing holds us together in unison and that is the drive to still feel and be human, to increase our awareness on the relationship we have with the sanctity of life itself and ultimately to preoccupy ourselves with how to maximize joy in the small actions we undertake.
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