So, I know these are strange times and so we have to get used to feeling strange, because, well, the world seems to have turned into some groundswell of I don’t know what.
The only word I can find that sums up how I feel is strange (I’m not getting into the whole ‘unprecedented’ malarky as it’s way too much! – even if accurate)
And throughout this whole strange situation I have been feeling fine. Or rather I was feeling fine.
Up until the last couple of days.
And I can’t say what happened, as to my knowledge, nothing in particular happened, but I suddenly became aware: I have lost my motivation.
And maybe this is a normal thing, I don’t know, because I’ve always been such a motivated person to do anything. But now I’m finding I feel rather out-of-sorts and everything has become a drag.
I don’t normally share stuff like this and I don’t know if I should be sharing, but I guess I’m doing this because I don’t think I’m alone in this onset of gloom. And it really does feel like an onset of gloom.
I’ve told myself maybe it’s the weather? – it’s now cold and wet and pretty grey and so that doesn’t help.
And I don’t think not doing much is conducive to doing much.
And the idea of momentum popped into my brain.
I looked it up on google, and I got this:
Momentum can be defined as “mass in motion.” All objects have mass; so if an object is moving, then it has momentum – it has its mass in motion. … Momentum depends upon the variables mass and velocity. In terms of an equation, the momentum of an object is equal to the mass of the object times the velocity of the object.