This writing is a thought I have been circulating for a long time. Yes, probably almost since the pandemic hit us back to March 2020. When the first astonishment had subsided, I began to have other thoughts and feelings. A feeling that time was also something special and could offer something that we – or at least I – had not noticed before. I have thus repeatedly had the experience of standing a little next to the opinions I otherwise have heard of the time of the pandemic: That the pandemic took our freedom. That it curtailed us and made our room for maneuver smaller.
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