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Cognitive Dissonance

Cognitive Dissonance

I went on a walk where no one was wearing masks.

I petted a dog.

I talked to a postal worker who left his jacket at home.

A dear friend in Chicago told me she could feel bitterness,
but still could not taste or smell.

My Facebook feed said the election was stolen
from the American people.

I kneaded dough for sweet potato gnocchi.

I watched terrorists attempt a coup on my government.

I made a mistake at work.

I worried about my job.

I worried about my country.

I worried.

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