Hello again. It is amazing that no matter where you are in the world, we are all pretty much doing the same thing. I realise that quarantine life is different depending on where you are and who you are, your income level, your "position" in society, whatever that means.
I surfed a little the internet, youtube videos and social media to see how that is so. It does not take much research to see how some have to make sacrifices in tiny spaces, staying indoors with small children, pets and trying to work from home if they are lucky enough to still have paying jobs.
I realise how fortunate I am to be living in the countryside where I can get some fresh air in front of my home. I have some green area I can take advantage of. I can go on my balcony and not have to worry about being too close to my neighbour. Yet I also realise that knowing and feeling fortunate is not enough. I know deep down I can do much more to help others. I have a computer and wifi so what else do I need? I have a sense of wanting to help others. This is where I am today in my head. I am not thinking so much of having to stay indoors. I am thinking of what will it be like after this is over? What can I do to start helping now? I think that is what each of us should be asking ourselves. We should not just be asking but we should be doing.