Practice humility Why is the epidemic still out of control in some countries after the COVID-19 vaccine is administered? Text: Zhu Jiaan Often not, we are actually talking about something else. A few days ago, I started watching Season 4 of Stranger Things phone database with my family. The season begins with the morning of an unfamiliar middle-aged man: he makes tea, opens a newspaper to solve scrabble (61 questions in all), and trims his potted plants. I blurted out: he is free. The literal meaning of "leisure" is "a lot of time". Does this middle-aged man have a lot of time? If you follow the album,
you will find that the answer should be no. At best, it was a reasonable inference that he managed to arrange the extra time to do what he liked that morning. When we talk about time, we are often not talking about time itself, but about our views on "how to use time". I believe that Stranger Things begins with this arrangement, and I hope that the audience will interpret the character as a person with a morning slack and a taste for life. This arrangement was quite successful,
because by the standards of most modern people, there is still time to make tea, solve word puzzles and trim potted plants in the morning of the working day, which is quite a luxury. (If the work "Stranger Things" was born in a more leisurely society, the character may need to "waste" more time to achieve the same effect) Another example is that in some online cultures, it is quite impolite to send a private message and ask someone "Are you free?" I have to know what you are looking for before I know if I am free. Some joked that this led to a sort of "