42. It is not wrong, part 2

It is still not wrong

Part 1

It is not wrong to feel that nothing has changed.

It is not wrong to let your Disney Plus account roll over month after month without watching anything because it's comforting knowing you could at any time binge Wes Anderson’s filmography.

It is not wrong to hate talking to people while constantly craving random interactions.

It is not wrong to simply not know, not even a little, just not know one damn bit.

It is not wrong to leave the job you just started.

It is not wrong to watch a rocket go into space and hope it will explode.

It is not wrong to say, "It's flower day, bitches," and spend half your day rate on a bunch of flowers.

It is not wrong to despise the Olympics and fall in love with every athlete.

It is not wrong to look forward to things that will certainly disappoint you.

It is not wrong to gather no rosebuds, carpe no diems, or make not a single hay while the sun shines.

It is not wrong to put on a song with the worst possible lyrics and belt that out like your life depended on it.

It is not wrong to fail to do, on a daily basis, the things that are expected of a functioning adult.

It is not wrong to use Linkedin as a dating service.

It is not wrong to give a damn when, seriously Helen, not giving a damn would really improve your life right now.

It is not wrong to respond to an email with a letter.

It is not wrong to mark every email as read.

It is not wrong to print out an email, fold it into a crane, light the crane on fire, film it burning down to ashes, and send that video back with the caption, “It did not find me well.”

It is not wrong.