Because of the world we live in, some of my dreams may only ever now be a fantasy. But who knows. Here’s why.

These are the days we have time to prioritise picking up the phone or video calling and tell people we love them — anyone and everyone in our lives.
To invest our time and hearts into those who matter regardless of where they are in the world. We can regale stories, shared experiences, past-adventures. We can listen to stories of our elders and embed them in our memories forever.
This is the time we can get all those some-day, one-day projects done.
This is the time we could get healthy and in the best shape of our lives — physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually — any or all of it.
This is the time we could focus on wellbeing, wonder, gratitude, learning new skills or a language, how to be agile, resilient and how to focus and single-task.
These are the days when we have more time to go for walks or read at home. Binge-watch more TV than ever before, guilt-free.
Opt to work with no pants on. Drink at 10 am. Live in in our pyjamas — all without judgement.
This could be time to start thinking about designing a specific future in the new world with our new normals post-COVID.

Because of the world we live in, this may only ever now be a fantasy. But who knows.
That’s the thing.
No time was ever promised to us anyways.
We can only make the best of each day we are blessed to have, sleep, then do it all over again.
Live with purpose and live with passion.

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