The feeling that the doors to social media, gaming and watching films are open 24/7... But the door to reality more and more has an "out of order" sign on it
A few hours after the news of lock down because of a declared both global and national pandemic, people started flooding the supermarkets, hoarding toilet paper, cans, beans and frozen meat
Different understandings of what it means make it more important to define it - or at least find ways to share our needs around it
Keeping social is becoming normal and a new kind of conflicts are based on it. Blaming people over and being frustrated about social distance
The Covid-19 pandemic has turned into a bit of a test for many of us. Will we act for the benefits of all, or secure our own personal thrive first without thinking of the needs of others
Old people were told not to go outside, but instead rely on others to help them... It isolated some, but others it brought out of isolation
Slowly communities are changing all over the world. Will we find new ways to get back together, or is loneliness an ever growing trend?
Meeting for coffee is more and more something we do online, but is it really possible to "meet online"?
People who like to be at the center of social activities, who like to connect and be with lots of others are challenged today, we are all recommended to avoid the things most extroverts prefer
It used to be avoided, but now it is recommended to avoid leaving home without urgent reason, and use technology instead to connect instead... It is like the world has turned 180 degrees upside down
In crises music and dance can do things that are still beyond our understanding, to bring us together even though apart
Keeping a social distance and physically isolating ourselves from others is an advice that has been giving again and and again, in spring 2020. under the Covid-19 Pandemic. But did it also narrow our mindsets, all focused, thinking, and fearing the same?
Going into self-quarantine affects us in many ways, both mentally, emotionally, physical and as a group and society. But can it also help us come out stronger?
In a few weeks a whole world can go from not knowing to something between panic and precaution - as the globe gets ready to face the latest pandemic virus
There is a lot of metaphors about doors and change. About daring to open up when you have an idea that there might be something on the other side
Reaching out can often feel more difficult in our minds than in reality, and often we look back and wonder why it felt so challenging afterwards
Sketching up the situation when you find yourself stuck on an remote island, only with the company of a stranded checkout desk (....happens all the time )