Living the quarantine life, many of us had more than enough spare time to overthink solutions, rethink behaviors and situations, re-evaluate relationships, revisit ideas, or restart passions, dreams and goals. This way of living that we all, globally, had to go through and many of us still do, wasn't only a lesson and a test of how good of a citizen, neighbor, employee, parent, or friends we are. It was also a lesson of how well we listen, and respect our own selves, and how good we are doing with our own existence. This internalization that we were asked, or better forced to do wasn't easy, and some times might have been unbearable for so many, because actually we had to stop and be more with ourselves. There was nowhere to escape, there were no excuses to make. The voices were loud and clear, no way to ignore them. That was exactly the time to take action. The moment of the biggest mandate stillness, became the most active time of all!