Retiring from a job or service takes on the meaning of a new Covid-19 if you retire at the end of last year, such a writer. Retirement, or retiring at age 60, usually means that you have enough work and insomnia in the office, and are now worth relaxing at home, which basically means staying at home. Usually, you do not smell mice when you say they should stay at home. But when the people around you start interacting with your unemployment situation, you find that they react in the same rather terrible way. They say, “You’re retired. You’re going to sit at home now! Relax and enjoy! Now you see the difference between sitting at home and sitting at home, with the latter more than “hated things”. You are absolutely terrified when some of your closest relatives and even your most expensive spouse also react in the same way. Especially your wife, who is used to going to the office every morning without mistake that she could start coming in or find herself wrong to sit at home with your incarnation forever. They can resume normal activities as before, marketing, kitchen assistance and occasional travel. But the stigma of “sitting at home” doesn’t go away. There is a point in explaining why I use the word “stain”. Of course, savvy readers are already guessing “meaning.”
A little annoyed with the “stigma” you might also oppose: whether you’re a writer, painter, musician or professional and whether you’ll continue your work or explain to them the magnificent beauty of the adage “quitting work, not from life and work.” Unfortunately, one or the other can’t follow the person or husband, because whatever the scenario, you’ll just do it from “sitting at home.”
Their nervousness is even more influenced by the general belief that retirees are often useless and spend, and are not excluded by anyone, except perhaps life insurance. Combining these “strengths” makes the spirit for retirement desperate; they feel unemployed and unwanted anymore, which is why they are trying to find a new job or a new commitment. Some find and receive opportunities gratefully, and others find opportunities to see them. Not because they feel attractive and loving, but simply because of the overwhelming desire not to sit at home. However, they are very happy with one discovery: experience, if not skill, is still appreciated by some in society.
The spread of the new coronary virus or epidemic covid-19 has combined the difference between “stay at home” and “sit at home” a little, because suddenly everyone, from the busiest professionals to the world’s most grateful retirees, has started living at home, most of which will challenge the syndrome of “sitting at home” with a strong “homework” defense. On the one hand, it’s a relief for working retirees. This removes them from the stigma of diseases that are also considered a disgrace; in both cases, the word is eventually neutralized.
The greatest crisis that has existed for humanity has taught us the meaning and beauty of “home”: where we always remain safe and happy and where we work well, or perhaps better than the office, thanks to sophisticated communication and worldwide arrival in a unique and cohesive unit. Further changes in the way we act or think until the end of the crisis, perhaps in the months or years to come, are inevitable. Currently, it is highly recommended for people over 60 to stay at home, regardless of whether they sit there or work from there. Finally, with a caveat: there are no generalizations of the retirees we’re talking about here.