During confinement, despite all the uncertainties and disruptions in every aspect of everyday life, many people experienced a bitter-sweet taste of how different living on earth could be. It was a glimpse into a slower paced life cycle, in some cases giving human life a chance to gain priority over profit. This change of tempo revealed our ability to adapt to such a life: to watch more closely the growth of plants, of body hair, of friendships; to hear not the sound of traffic but the sound of wind, the sound of bats and the battering of pots and pans in solidarity every night.
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