Lux Thinking Aloud


10:27 AM

street signs confusing directions

That ex who tells you one thing and does another. 🙄 Do you remember how that made you feel? Confusing isn't it? It's like that Katy Perry song.

You're hot then you're cold
You're yes then you're no
You're in then you're out
You're up then you're down
You're wrong when it's right
It's black and it's white


We're in this confusing time right now. They tell you to follow the rules and they strictly (and violently) implement it to ordinary citizens. But the same law doesn't apply to them. 

They say enhanced community q uarantine is over but the day isn't over yet and they change their statement. Again. Ayayay.

Pocahontas looking confused


I don't want this post to be political.

Writing is my escape. It's my antidote for all toxicities around me.

So, that's the end of my rant for today. 😎

Let me instead share some things I do when negativity like today happens. 

Please indulge me as I recommend my previous posts.

I wish I'm always this optimistic and strong. 

Human as I am, I sometimes give in to my weakness. Like those times I shared in my other diary entries.

  1. Diary Day 3: King of the Jungle
  2. Diary Day 5: Disconnect
  3. Diary Day 8: Trade Off
  4. Diary Day 34: Sleepless
  5. Day 41: Insomnia
I am extremely grateful for writing. 

It's a venue for me to air my overwhelming thoughts. 

When I put my musings to writing, I feel better. I change my perspective. I get clarity.

It's the same as when I'm organizing things. Once I put everything in containers and arrange them, my mind automatically calms down.

Chaos turns to peace. It gives me hope.

I totally get Marie Kondo.

Marie Kondo dismantling cords

Well, lockdown is almost over. 

At least that's what they tell us. I won't be getting my hopes up. I don't want to be disappointed.

I'd rather be realistic. Knowing how fickle-minded and apathetic this government is, I know it can change anytime.

I'm adaptable.

Am I going to reach day 50 of recording my life in the time of c oronavirus? Gosh, I hope not. 

(It's really been longer than 50 days. I started only when our city began the enhanced community q uarantine. Maybe that's when my mind couldn't take it anymore. So, I sought for refuge in blogging again.)

I'm glad we're nearing the end. Even when at the moment, it's still a little confusing. 

Just adding a little spice to this life, I guess?

Your turn

What do you do during confusing times?

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