I still don’t feel like I’m at 100% energy because of the coronavirus but I don’t mind having a reason to be lazy. When you have a disability sitting on your butt can be one of the most peaceful things to do. For some reason, I think we all feel like we need to be busy all the time doing things to satisfy our ego but isn’t doing nothing the goal?
I mean, doing nothing and having a clear mind is basically the entire message of meditation and being zen.
So don’t mind me if I embraced my inner Budha while quarantined at home.
What is having covid-19 like?
My experience having covid wasn’t torturous.
Luckily for me, I only had a slight cough the first few days that eventually went away. What was most difficult was the fatigue and headaches. It’s been ten days since I got sick and I’m still feeling tired.
Having a headache wasn’t too bad and really is just another day for me. I think most brain bleed or brain injury survivors would understand what I’m talking about.
Since I’ve been in quarantine I’ve been watching many movies and TV shows on Netflix. Maybe I should do a story about the best things I watched on Netflix? I feel like I found a few hidden gems.
Where did I contract covid-19?
A part of me wonders where I contracted the coronavirus but it had to have been from work. I heard a few other people in the office also got the virus the same time I did so there you go.
I can’t say I’ve learned any lessons from having covid except for the importance of having a peaceful mindset and if your body needs rest, rest. Embrace your inner Budha!