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I'm back. New writing prompt.

I am sorry I have been lax in posting writing prompts for the last 36 hours or so. I have found myself feeling a bit down about the Covid-19 situation recently. I have butt heads with some old friends and acquaintances regarding the authenticity of the pandemic. I won't go into detail, as I want to continue to keep this space free of politics or beliefs, but I will say this- the pandemic is real. Your political position or belief structure cannot change facts. Like Neil deGrasse Tyson likes to point out, "Science does not require you to 'believe' it. It is just fact."

Writing prompt:

Have you experienced a difference of opinion with someone close to you? It doesn't have to be about Covid-19. But has someone you used to respect lost your regard for them because of a position that is wrong, ignorant, fraudulent or mistaken? Is there anyway you can forgive them? Do you even want to?

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