My mind has been thinking about time and how it seems to be different now with all of what is happening. First there is COVID-19 and our stay-in-place semi-lockdown. For those who have full-time jobs, and even for those who don't, we schedule things around moments in time. Our lives are routine-based: when we get up, when we eat, when we work, when we have time for family, when we have time to ourselves, when we sleep, etc. When our routines are disrupted, many of us feel out of sorts or even lost. What happened? Why is this happening? When is it (routine) coming back? I've heard that there are many Americans who find it difficult to take a vacation, a real vacation of a week or two, because it takes them away from their work for too long. As we are gradually allowed to come back to our former lives before COVID-19, perhaps we will have a better sense of time, our old time. But then again, maybe time will never be the same. George Floyd was killed senselessly an
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