The world pandemic has and will remained center stage, for many traveling nomadics like myself who have resorted to staying in one location for more than a week.
This time has become the great teacher of “patience is a virtue,” knowing this time of self-isolation will pass.
My anticipation to move around nomadicly has been building within to move about cautiously as possible not wanting to cross contaminate any contagious viruses.
I have discovered the vital importance of “Air BnB’s” to use their filters to self-isolate to inspire creative self-reflection of poetry and creative writings.
My fortunate blessings have been access to heat, airconditioning, internet, food, and water to become an incredible resources. My time spent to learn via my online classes with “Coursera.com” to explore more about creative writing, and poetry classes.
Uber-eats and Door-dash are applications I have become impressed with after oncce believing I would never use in my future.
My time has been used constructively to bring a smile to my face accepting my fate of self-isolation to define the constructive me, to learn alone to know these times will pass.
I have found a calmness during a worldwide pandemic as I self-isolated furthering my love for writing and reading for long periods of time. Time passes not knowing the time, worry no more, as time is no longer for me to adjust as I read, write, and mentally wander. Not of loneliness, not of fear, but of contemplations, to feel comfortable with time, as it passes without worry. This time shall pass on to something else, but not to hurry to anticipate what is next in time. Patience virtue has taught me, time is fleeting so do not rush towards your end date of time, that you do not know.
M. J. Leake