People can face challenges better together, and can recover faster when helping each other
The view of the city from the trails are often different, you can long to get back, long to see people again. But reality in the city change at a faster pace.
So often it is hard to tell who gets there first, even who gets there at all... because we often move in different directions, depending on who we are and how much time we each think we have
Some interfere when they see others do things they disagree with, others just keep to their own reality and needs, as if wearing dog head protective collars - Keeping reality to themselves
We've tried it with drunk driving, smoking and cutting corners in other ways but do these signs ever work
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
In the trains, on the trails, in the homes and on the jobs, we are alone at our screens... And everybody seems to think it is fine...
For some it is the quick answer no matter what the situation, and in a crises, some are really fine - Others just plan to fake it till they make it
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
We are connecting to each other more than ever, and at the same time less - And it seems to have a lot to do with digital technology. We simple shift from relating less offline, to more online. But does it work for us?
Dwelling can both mean a house and contemplating or stopping at something, lingering there to see what is
If we can get people off the island of loneliness, and into caring and living networks and relationships, jobs and communities, who knows how many drugs we could do without