Transition of Thoughts

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Finding one’s way


Finding one's way

Being a tenant in an integrated township, he had felt thankful during the pandemic. Amidst the endless lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, he felt happy seeing people around. While the world outside had changed, there was at least a sense of normalcy when he was in the township. As people shared each other’s pain, the community grew stronger.

But as he stepped into the world outside, he could hear a voice echoing in his head warning him of the dangers that lay ahead. He was unsure on what all had changed.

“Crucial to finding the way is this: there is no beginning or end.” He knew that he couldn’t rush into the pre-pandemic life in a matter of days or weeks. The health measures need to be followed as the health threat was still elevated.

It would be a slow return to business as usual.

Linking to Ragtag Daily Prompt: Elevate, Fandango One Word Challenge: Echo, Your Daily Word Prompt: Tenant, dVerse Challenge Prosery: Finding Your Way 


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  1. Good assessment of the state of now, taking baby steps back into the world.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Oh yes we all will need to take baby steps on the road to normalcy. It will be a slow process I guess.

  2. A slow return but a return nonetheless. I think we all feel relieved and hopeful.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Hope is what we all have. And it definitely keeps us going day after day amidst all the suffering.

  3. Superb combination of the prompts, reality well told. 🙂

  4. TOT, very down-to-earth and relatable. This was great.


  5. I think it will be a slow return to business as usual, or perhaps not even business as usual, but something better. I hope so!

  6. Absolutely! We must gradually ease back into life. Though I must wonder if things will ever be the same!

  7. So true. It sounds like the narrator was fortunate during the pandemic, and we are all seeking–slowly–to see what lies ahead.

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