10 Questions We Have All Had Since 2020 Started
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Let's hope we make it to 2021.

1. What if I die?

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There have been many instances this year that the thought of dying has crossed my mind. From the threat of World War III to the coronavirus outbreak it's hard to catch a break. I can't remember the last time that I haven't felt an impending doom looming over my head.

2. What if we all die?

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We can't help but wonder when climate change is finally going to catch up to us and the Earth becomes inhabitable.

3. Should I even bother to have kids?

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If the Earth becomes inhabitable within my lifetime, it might be unethical to bring kids into this world to suffer from the consequences of generations before them. Would the quality of life be so dire that having kids would be a bad thing to do?

4. Do J Lo and Shakira ever age?

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I forgot about the dire state of the planet and world politics when Jennifer Lopez and Shakira SLAYED at the Superbowl halftime show. I swear they age like fine wine.

5. What if the end isn’t near and I’m just overthinking?


Also, aren't my thoughts irrelevant? I can't reverse what's happening so I might as well try to forget about it… right?

6. What if the end IS near and everyone is under-thinking?

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Everyday tasks seem irrelevant. Doing my laundry and getting A's in my classes won't matter if the world ceases to exist!

7. Why is everyone freaking out?

Exhibit A: My university is about to shut down because of coronavirus, professors are now changing their courses to be completely online.

8. Why is everyone NOT freaking out?

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How are we going about our daily lives without overthinking-- we should be trying to make changes and fast.

9. Should I buy a face mask for the Coronavirus?

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Apparently not, but it would make me feel better.

10. Is World War III going to start?

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