Wednesday Challenge – Boundaries

“Our computers have become windows through which we can gaze upon a world that is virtually without horizons or boundaries.” – Joseph B. Wirthlin

O F F I C I A L L Y  I M P O S E D  B A R R I E R S 

This week’s Wednesday Challenge on partner Susan and my site is the word BOUNDARIES.

Th COVID 19 virus has forced countries around the world to place boundaries of social interaction between its citizenry in the hope that social distancing will help to lessen the outbreak of this deadly pandemic terror.

Boundaries are not necessarily blockades to human expression and closeness. Computers have ensured that families, friends, classmates, university students and couples are able to still maintain a close contact with one another.

The reality of self-isolation and threat of possible communal infection have forced the lot of us to re examine the way we interact with one another. This does not mean we are cut off from the world. The world of cyber contact and communication makes this threatening time a lot more tolerable.

For this week’s challenge Susan and I would like you to give us your take on the matter of boundaries. Realizing that we all trying to adhere to the policy of social isolation tells us how you are keeping in touch with your own family, friends, work colleagues and others during this trying time. 

As usual you are invited to interpret the challenge in any way you wish – Words or Pictures and no boundaries!

To Take Part: Include our site name and create a pingback by using the page URL or copy the link above. If unsure how to create a pingback – check out our How-To section.

Please Note: Pingbacks are Enabled and Normal Comments Disabled on our challenge pages. Your questions/comments are welcome on the Talk-to-Us and How-To- pages

Challenges published Wednesday and Saturday – 07:00 AM (UK) – 00:00 EDM (CA)

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