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Blurred Memories

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The Covid pandemic and the quarantine response has left with me over a year of blurry memories. That with each day being the exact same and the lack of connections being made, there has been a greyness to life. The life that I have experienced through the pandemic is best described as one of greyness, as I truly felt what it is like to live without leaving one’s comfort zone. It does feel rather weird to complain, or at least be negative, as there were many people who had it far worse times than me. I do want to acknowledge some things that I learned from this pandemic. The main learning point was how dull life can be when one does not leave their comfort zone, in quarantine. Now, I am not saying that leaving quarantine is a good thing, I am simply making a comparison on something I have learned. This negative experienced has made me strive to leave my comfort zone because without doing so, life is seemingly without the colors of new experience.
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