24 Hours In A Day


By David Ross

This virus has affected everybody in different ways. For me, it gave me a different perspective on time. There are 24 hours in a day. We all know that, but once you sit back with no real obligations and think about all the possible outcomes, you view time differently. I’ve been doing my schoolwork and exercising on the daily. I’ve also used this time to break some bad habits and picked up some new traits. I think that if everyone used their time to better themselves and focus on what they can control during this pandemic, being in quarantine could have been an easy process. The world is becoming a cleaner place from less pollution, and there are way more benefits. As for as me, I have just been putting all my effort into my mental, physical and spiritual well-being. My good days are good, and my bad days are bad. While my faith is in God and I trust the process, I’m also living by my mantra, “the 4Ps,” which are patience, preparation, prayer and positivity. My outlook on it is “Life is good, it is what it should be.”