4–15–20

Kathleen OKeeffe
4 min readApr 15, 2020

As we settle in to the moment, as if in an uncomfortable yoga pose for an extended time, we realize how we need to behave in order simply to function. Whether we are part of a family with kids who all of the sudden need home schooling, or older folks who need to isolate more than anyone in order to protect themselves, or someone like me who is still luckily able to work from home and only have personal interactions via a screen and the occasional chat with a neighbor, from a distance of course. Cue that yoga pose again. The funny part is that you put yourself in that position somewhat willingly, and you have to figure out how to get…

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