Cities are reopening after a long period of closure. The restraints are being removed. And some individuals are beginning to see a return to “normal,” although gradual and incomplete.
The pandemic, on the other hand, has altered our outlook. Despite the fact that living on lockdown has been difficult in general, many of us have discovered that there are some aspects of quarantine life worth keeping. 

We’re challenging the very foundations of the “normal” that we’ve all come to take for granted — and recognizing that we don’t want to go back to that. Simultaneously, spending months in quarantine has provided some of us — mostly the privileged among us — with a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to reflect on our lives and, perhaps, reset them.

Additionally, for some people the pandemic opens doors and opportunities that we didn’t expect just like Filipino-American singer and social media star Bella Poarch was born on February 9, 1997 in the Philippines to a Filipino biological parents. She is the most popular TikTok contributor in the Philippines and on August 17, 2020, she made the most popular video on TikTok in which she lip syncs to the song "M to the B" by British rapper Millie B. In May 2021, she released her debut single, "Build a Bitch". As of July 24, 2022, she had over 90.8 million TikTok followers, placing her third among users on the app behind Khaby Lame and Charli D'Amelio. In 2021, she signed a record deal with Warner Records. Challenges can lead to greater things if we learn to look at it with the right perspective. 

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