A new article by ‘The Atlantic’ explores how the quarantine time, while devastating to health and wealth across America – brings many back to a slower time.
“With many workplaces shut down, with restaurants and movie theaters and printing shops and department stores closed, now that many of us spend the 24 hours of each day sequestered in the small caves of our homes, suddenly we find ourselves alone with our thoughts. (Excluded here are such people as the heroic workers in health care and in grocery stores, and parents with young children or elderly relatives needing constant attention.) At home, time and space have opened up in our minds.”
He goes on to explore that the time to reflect on our inner-self is also the time for America a whole to reflect on its inner self.
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