POROUS BORDERS!

The truth is that we have seen thousands of individuals, gather for protests, demonstrations that been a source of outrage, and also displays of anger with regards to the George Floyd death. I thought about how the Floyd death could have been used as an excuse for violence and violent behavior, and the interactions between Coronavirus. Which also exemplified the idea of Porous borders.

Porous is a word that is utilized to describe material structures, such of clay, rocks, ceramics and so on. Where there are tiny holes not visible to the eye that allow material such as water or air to pass through. The greater the porosity, the more water, air or substances the material can hold within the material space.

In a similar way we can apply this idea of Porous to physical borders between nations. Even as Governments try to close physical borders, we can see how topical issues can seep through borders at the level of intangible. Meaning at the non-physical levels. Whether there is agreement of disagreement about the topic at hand is another question, but the fact remains for humans to understand that even as borders are closed physically – elements can seep through. What seeps through might be agreeable or not. Which also reveals natures natural links of land, nations, regions, which remain connected.

topical issues can seep through borders at the level of intangible. Meaning at the non-physical levels. #ShaziaBlog #Quote #Coronavirus #FloydProtests #Politics #Education

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Notes | These thoughts were originally hand-written on June 11th, 2020.

My Thoughts To Share With Love & Kindness! 🙂

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